rose-ball

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rose-ball. Stylized tightly petalled rose-flower adopted by C. R. Mackintosh and his wife for systems of decoration such as stencilled friezes. It was an Art Nouveau motif also favoured by the Vienna Sezessionists.

Bibliography

Steele (1994);
Tschudi-Madsen (1967)