The most intricate examples of circumvented cyclicality are the individual roundels
, while not of imperial standard, is nonetheless a fine example in excellent condition and as such is worth pounds 200-pounds 300, which is why I was delighted to come across it priced at just pounds 20.
14) Here, the obverse face has just the same decorative forms as on our cross, combined with roundels
in relief; these also form a deesis (albeit in vertical form) and further portraits are of the two archangels, Michael and Gabriel, rather than Michael and St Theodore.
The third roundel
bears the inscription "These enamels painted by P.
It took 3265 pieces of the sticker roundels
to make the poster.
of venison in madeira sauce with root veg mash pounds 15.
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.
Of interest to many may be the depiction of manufacturer and ordnance repair factory butt roundels
and cartouches as well as the SMLE butt marking discs (brass or steel).
LRT claim there are nine breaches of copyright at the Dundee pub and have ordered Kenny to destroy copies of LRT-like roundels
The large gates, each half hinged in the centre and decorated with flowerheads, roundels
and scrolls centred with the initials of CB - Corporation of Birmingham - once stood at the Smithfield Fruit and Vegetable Market in Moat Street.
were painted on the walls throughout in various Martha Stewart-ish colors.
In the painstaking codicological investigation which introduces the facsimile, Dr Henry justifies the modern title she gives the work and describes in detail how the picture series is made up of twelve pages of illustrations, each carrying five roundels
and two half-roundels
The exterior is presented in black coachwork with magnolia hide, black painted wire wheels, red painted grille and racing roundels
, whilst the car - registration MDA 818 - is also supplied with a history file, current road fund license and MoT road test certificate valid until January 2011.
Part of Corpus vitrearum, a massive project to catalog stained glass in collections worldwide, this volume presents the first volume in a series surveying the silver-painted glass roundels
and panels, which depict Christian stories as well as heraldry, that were widely used in non-religious and monastic settings in Flanders.
The enamelled terracotta roundels
of the Labours of the Months that Luca della Robbia made for the scrittoio between 1450 and 1456 are wonderful objects in their own right.