In 1891, the Dutch firm of Joh. Enschedé and Sons produced a catalog of graphic embellishments now regarded as the finest publication of its type. This compilation selects 180 images of versatile, high-quality motifs from that rare and valuable volume: corners, frames, headpieces, calligraphic o... read more
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