In this late-Victorian culture of rhyme, and a quarter-century after first experimenting with Villon's fixed forms, Swinburne reworked Villon's rondeau to invent his "roundel
," publishing A Century of Roundels
He divides today's market broadly in two: those collectors who focus on 'fragments of religious art from the 13th to 15th centuries' and those who specialise in stained-glass roundels
, which began to appear in the late 15th century, catering to a new middle class, and which can often be of purely secular subjects.
and date markers were removed sometime between the completion of the adjacent road bridge in the late 1950s and the Suspension Bridge's ownership transferring over to the National Trust.
Kicking things off will be The Roundels
with a set jam packed with Northern Soul classics.
probably comes from a 19th century 'long pao' or dragon robe.
This fine volume is the second in an ongoing series documenting the roundels
and panels of glass that were painted with often elaborate figures and scenes found today in Belgium.
on the Fairfax Jewel were made by Pierre Bordier, a well-known miniaturist at the time.
The model features twin outboard BMW roundels
, air vents in the bonnet, louvres on the rear section and the black cut line that divides the roofline from the rear section of the body.
Using different coloured stickers, which he cut into small roundels
, Darla Nageswara has created the poster.
Navy fighter in an unexpected venue, flying with the green-white-red roundels
of the Islamic Republic of Iran Air Force (IRIAF) and desert camouflage.
Among the promotions to be used are recipe flash roundels
on 250g packs of large flat jumbo mushroom packs carrying the slogan 'Get Stuffed', which are designed to appeal to barbecue enthusiasts.
Customs officers found four roundels
of cheese with a bright orange rind weighing in all 88kg (194lb) hidden in four bags.
However it is possible to have speed limit roundels
painted on to the road surface to support the existing repeat signs and act as a reminder to drivers of the speed limit.
The other is Smoked Haddock with Leek in a Cheese Sauce, also skinless and boneless fish with a topping of roundels
of leeks in a Cheddar cheese sauce.
He uses symbols from the street, roundels
and crosses, images drawn from road markings and the casual remarks of workmen.