Crazy Lines roller-printed cotton furnishing fabric, designed by Ernst Aufseeser, 1933. "The metal roller used to print this Modernist pattern was hand-engraved to reproduce the textural subtleties of Ernst's charcoal drawing. "1930s: Functionalism and Industrial Art" From the book "20th Century Pattern Design"
Mason smiths loved the intricate little works of jewelry. It was prized all through Basal. [Rock Crystal Ball Part of a hoard of objects buried in a grave in Picquigny, France. Frankish workmanship, c.