This ornate border is based on Mediaeval and Sixteenth Century designs; strictly speaking it is pre-Victorian. It features stylized roses. There is also [...]here. [more...] [$]
Ornate border for US legal-sized paper
This is a version of the ornate early Victorian border modified to be suitable for legal-sized paper (8.5 × 14 inches, roughly). A higher-resolution version is available on request. It might be good for scrapbooking or for a restaurant menu! [more...] [$]
Floriated Initial I, Violin-Style
A decorative initial “I” in this 1840s book, used as a drop capital at the start of a chapter. I also made a coloured letter I to give you an idea of what can be done. [more...] [$]
Decorative initial I, Coloured
This is a hand-coloured version of a decorative initial letter “I” used as a drop cap at the start of a chapter. [more...] [$]
This beautiful engraving, printed in colour using multiple plates, shows the stone ceiling, a tiled floor, an arched entrance-way, a stained-glass window, a [...] [more...] [$]
Painted Window. Two Saxon Earls of Mercia, And Seven Norman Earls of Chester.
A reproduction in colour of a sixteenth-century painted glass window showing various earls and barons of Chester. [more...] [$]
The knights arrive on horseback over the bridge and into the castle walls. Carlisle castle was built in 1090 on the site of an older Roman fortress. [more...] [$]
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