Posted on Tue, 02 May 2017 by stevemclaugh
From the Fleuron site:
> Fleuron is a database of eighteenth-century printers' ornaments. Eighteenth-century books were highly decorated and decorative. Their pages were adorned with ornaments that ranged from small floral embellishments to large and intricate head- and tailpieces, depicting all manner of people, places, and things. Fleuron includes ornaments cut by hand in blocks of wood or metal, as well as cast ornaments, engravings, and fleurons (ornamental typography).