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Grammar of Ornament Stationery Box

Published in 1856, Owen Jones’s (1809-74) seminal ‘Grammar of Ornament’ provided an accessible sourcebook for students of design which drew upon the best of decoration gleaned from across world cultures. Expounding his theories on the use of colour and polychrome patterning, as an antidote to stark neoclassical decoration, Jones sought to celebrate ornament; notably commenting that "true art consists of idealising, and not copying, the forms of nature" and included many examples of Persian and Indian floral patterning.

18 sheets of smartly-ornamented notepaper across 4 designs.
8 ¼” x 5 ¾” sheets, printed on both sides.
18 co-ordinating envelopes across 2 designs.
Co-ordinating desk caddy 4 ½” tall x 6 ½” wide x 2” deep, printed board with acetate lid.
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