Category:Auricular style

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English: Auricular style refers to an ornamental decoration style first invented by Paulus and Adam van Vianen and made popular by Johannes Lutma. The name refers to the ear-like lobular qualities in the decoration.
Nederlands: De Kwab-stijl werd aan het begin van de 17de eeuw geïntroduceerd door de gebroeders Paulus en Adam van Vianen.
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style of ornamental decoration
Subclass of decorative arts
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