The punches used to produce the palmettes
were probably made out of bronze using the lost-wax technique.
The portal is decorated with seven rows of muqarnas while the top of the band of ornamentation, emphasising the portal arch, is decorated with a chain of tree lobed palmettes
in relief (Figure 20).
Jugs or oinoche whose handles are adorned with palmettes
and lotus flowers are of two classes: circular mouth and trefoil mouth.
On each of its sides are two dancers placed between palmettes
Four mighty patinated and gilt-bronze sphinxes support a rose granite top mounted with palmettes
, dolphins, seahorses, serpents, birds and a central mask of Apollo (estimate 500,000 [euro]-800,000 [euro]).
What is striking in this carpet is its field design that shows animals, real and mythical, leaping to fight and pursue one another against a background network of scrolling vines connecting racemes, leaves, palmettes
, and rosettes in a repeat pattern.
Mughal carpets of the seventeenth century often imitated Persian models depicting scrolling vines, cloud bands, and palmettes
The chalice, which has handles in the form of stylised birds' heads, with eyes of garnets, is decorated with delicate applied vegetal ornament in gold spreading out around inlays of garnets and turquoises shaped as hearts and palmettes
14 boxes false ceiling palmettes
, star lowered singing vt-15 modulation 61 x 61 cms x 15 mm thick.
The design is strongly classical in character, in accordance with the style devised for the Empire by the architects Charles Percier and Pierre Fontaine, with diamonds clearly outlining the symmetrical arrangement of the alternate lozenge and oval shapes, hung with drops placed between palmettes
derived from Greek and Roman art.
Like cloudbands, lotus palmettes
, and several other motifs, the imagery of the dragon and the phoenix travelled the Silk Route from China westward.
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