17TH CENTURY - 17th century - sample fleur de lys
deborah osburn - 17th century - sample fleur de lys
fleur de lys- this pattern has been reinterpreted in countless ways - mostly for european heraldic purposes.
in this 17th century delft rendition it takes on a form with a more feminine flair. with it's swerves and curves, it speaks less about heraldry and more about opulence- perfect for the elizabethan court, not so much for henry the Vlll.
clé honors this 17th century delft classic in combinations of cobalt blue with white and expands that with traditional delft color palettes including yellow and magenta. and if traditional is too, well, traditional- then how about hot pink, vibrant green, and grey, teal and persimmon to get you in a more decidedly modern vibe?
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