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anthemion

(ănthē`mēən), commonly called a palmette, a radiating, fan-shaped ornament or motif suggestive of a palm leaf or of honeysuckle and found in Egyptian, Assyrian, and Aegean art. It was widely used by the Greeks and Romans on their buildings and on many kinds of decorative objects.

Anthemion

A common Greek ornament based on the honeysuckle or palmette, used in a radiating cluster, either singly on a stele or antefix, or as a running ornament on friezes.

anthemion, honeysuckle ornament

anthemion
A common Greek ornament based upon the honeysuckle or palmette. Used singly on stelae or antefixes, or as a running ornament on friezes, etc.
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Anthemion will be accepting further entries for the auction until August 4; for any queries please contact the auction house on 029 2047 2444 or anthemions@aol.
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Over the past few years individual pieces have been much sought by collectors at Anthemion, with some selling for many thousands of pounds.
Over the past few years individual pieces have been much sought by collector's at Anthemion, with some selling for many thousands of pounds.
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