Cheese Queen

Cheese Queen

Cheese Queen
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Greek helmet, wings

Greek helmet, wings

greek pottery - 9th century b.c. - these pieces of pottery were some of the first uses of the now famous "greek key pattern"

greek pottery - 9th century b.c. - these pieces of pottery were some of the first uses of the now famous "greek key pattern"

Greek key patterned plates from Mikasa

Greek key patterned plates from Mikasa

Greek column in the British Museum. This is an ionic column which has the scrolls at the capital (top). Doric columns were the original, with little adornment, while Corinthian were the later, with leaves and floral patterns sculpted in stone. The column would have to be one of the most oft repeated architectural elements/adornments in history.

Greek column in the British Museum. This is an ionic column which has the scrolls at the capital (top). Doric columns were the original, with little adornment, while Corinthian were the later, with leaves and floral patterns sculpted in stone. The column would have to be one of the most oft repeated architectural elements/adornments in history.

Tiled staircase in Tangier

Tiled staircase in Tangier

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Vintage & hipster #clevelandtogs #fashion #boho Clevelandtogs.wordpress.com

I love all my Greek Key jewelry especially since it is from Greece! This piece would be a stunning man's ring.

I love all my Greek Key jewelry especially since it is from Greece! This piece would be a stunning man's ring.

One of the most influential 19th century books on architectural patterns is The Grammar of Ornament, by Owen Jones, published in England in 1853. It fanned interest in decorative schemes for molding, tile, and wallpaper from a wide variety of sources. The page above describes Greek motives from friezes and pottery.

One of the most influential 19th century books on architectural patterns is The Grammar of Ornament, by Owen Jones, published in England in 1853. It fanned interest in decorative schemes for molding, tile, and wallpaper from a wide variety of sources. The page above describes Greek motives from friezes and pottery.

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Natasha jewel

Natasha jewel