Diamonds are Forever
The varied shingle idiom is amongst the defining characteristics of the late Victorian house styles.
The diamond motif, possibly inspired by playing cards, appears often.
A void, filled inexplicably, by a curtain of vellum.
The term imbrication refers to the overlapping of shaped (patterned) tiles or shingles.
Image left features a diamond, set bindi-like, in a front facing gable.
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