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Items matching celtic knotwork taken from L’Ornament Polychrome (Ornament in Colour) (1869) (results page 1)

celtic knotwork: A style of ornament popular in the Western parts of the British Isles from A.D. 600 or so, involving a symmetrical pattern of ``interwoven'' braids; most famous in the Book of Kells.

Inhabited Initial letter B, Anglo-Saxon
Anglo-Saxon decorative initial B in the Celtic knotwork style
Celtic knotwork dragon ornament/initial
Fig. 99 No. 7.—Ornate border, 9th century, Gallo-Frankish School.
Border, 9th century, Gallo-Frankish School
Fig. 99 No. 8.—Anglo-Saxon Initial letter N