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Specialty Patterns2019-10-10T08:19:31+00:00

Habsburg

Habsurg is a famous Viennese pattern that was very popular during the reign of the family from the same name.

This square panel is composed of a pyramidal square, with a cross going from corner to corner and that sits on top of it.

The Habsburg is composed of a pyramidal square, with a cross going from corner to corner and that sits on top of it.

Daremberg

D’Arenberg is a castle located in Belgium and named after the family that reigned in the Western European country from the 17th century until the First World War.

The Daremberg pattern is similar to the Versailles. It is a framed pattern and is generally laid diagonally.

Reducing Square

Habsurg is a famous Viennese pattern that was very popular during the reign of the family from the same name.

This square panel is composed of a pyramidal square, with a cross going from corner to corner and that sits on top of it.

The reducing square parquetry pattern is a square panel composed of small stripes assembled in diagonal.