The Victorians loved their flowers, and from a stunning nineteenth-century collection of floral motifs comes this garden of decorative designs. Exquisitely detailed and stylistically rare, its illustrations feature lush blossoms and plants surrounded by design elements of the most magnificent order.<... read more
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The Victorians loved their flowers, and from a stunning nineteenth-century collection of floral motifs comes this garden of decorative designs. Exquisitely detailed and stylistically rare, its illustrations feature lush blossoms and plants surrounded by design elements of the most magnificent order. These 72 pages offer a wealth of images for a virtually unlimited array of applications. Perfect for enhancing greeting cards, newsletters, and websites, these gorgeous black-and-white patterns also offer inspiration for needlework and other craft projects.
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