Illustrated Architecture Dictionary ............... Illustrated FURNITURE Glossary
Diamondlike shape; a rhombus that is not square
Used as a fret or molding, e.g., the Normans in lozenge and billet molding
A conventional diamond-shaped motif.
A product of the first part of the 17th century, e.g., in Jacobean design. It also appears in the French Directoire period.
Used as a fret or molding
Examples from Buffalo:
- Illustration above: Architecture - Westminster Presbyterian Church Parish Hall
- Louis Greenstein House
- Illustration above: Furniture - chair - Seymour H. Knox House / Blessed Sacrament RC Church Parish Office
- Column motif: - St. Denis Abbey