Each features a large quatrefoil
center with a meandering floral design border and filled corners.
The wide border around the field is composed of alternating cartouches and quatrefoils
against dark pink-red arabesque work.
An elaborate Venetian Gothic loggia of ogee arches and quatrefoils
in circles served as an entry porch at street level.
The Cardinal's Palace has patterned windows in the entrance hall and stairwell and first floor hall, a rose window with the Cardinal's coat-of-arms at the top of the stairwell (IMAGE 5), figurative single-light windows with tracery and a tall patterned window with quatrefoils
containing portrait heads in the oratory, six rectangular patterned windows with small saints' heads and one with the Cardinal's arms in the downstairs common room, and two round windows the dining room.
Nine stained-glasswindows, in the Elizabethan style, looked out from elaborate buttresses, intricately carved quatrefoils
and niches, giving the dwelling the appearance of some ecclesiastical building.
The windows are mostly tall and pointed, but some are rectangular and one has a row of quatrefoils
But after the publication of the convention's plan book in 1853, Congregational churches donning quatrefoils
or crosses required less explanation.
The wonder is in the details, the fine range of tones from black to pure white as light bathes the awning, and the gradation from darkness to light in the row of little openwork quatrefoils
in the frieze.
The temples are built from large blocks of honey-coloured limestone (including the beautiful Globigerina) in the shape of two quatrefoils
There are quatrefoils
, traditional Spanish designs, in the tall walls of the living room as well as the fountain in the courtyard and the jacuzzi near the pool.
Pouring through stained glass windows, glazed quatrefoils
, and rosettes, light floods through vertically opposed open doors, rebounds from holy figures high in their niches, softly emanates from a choir loft, and radiates intensely from still candies.
3) The shoulders of the blade fit extremely well into the gently S-curved guard of gilt-brass, (4) the arms of which are twisted and end in terminals engraved into the form of small quatrefoils