Tudor flower

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Tudor flower. Late-Gothic ornament resembling a flattish trefoil diamond-shaped stylized ivy-leaf or flower rising vertically on its stalk, commonly used as brattishing or cresting (see cress) on Perp. choir-screens, tomb-canopies, etc.

Bibliography

F. Bond (1908a);
B&C (1909);
Glazier (1926);
J. Parker (1850)