1. Wreaths or swags of flowers often used in textile design, portraying a floral exuberance

2. Swags of real or silk roses and flowers to decorate pelmets, tables and chairs for festivities.

3. Closely associated with the painting and decorative images of the Gustavian style, gentle swags and floral motifs, with the Louise styles

4. Integral to the ornate carvings of the Louise XIV and Louis XV styles, the Baroque and Rococo ( late Baroque ) periods, typified by Grinling Gibbons in the early 18th C England at Windsor castle, Hampton Court, St Pauls Cathedral ….

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