Akene of Clematis and feathery tail, (Gray, 1858).

Clematis Akene

Akene of Clematis and feathery tail, (Gray, 1858).

"Arrow-root (M. arundinacea). a, tubers; b, leaf and flowers; c, stamen and style." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Arrow-root

"Arrow-root (M. arundinacea). a, tubers; b, leaf and flowers; c, stamen and style." — Chambers'…

"A plant of the natural order Aristolochiaceae, a native of Europe, growing in woods; rare, and perhaps not truly indigenous, in Britain. The whole plant has acrid properties; the roots and leaves are aromatic, purgative, and emetic. b, detached anther; c, style." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Asarabacca

"A plant of the natural order Aristolochiaceae, a native of Europe, growing in woods; rare, and perhaps…

"The simplest form of woven basketry and that in most general use for large baskets is checker work, in which the splints cross at right angles, each splint of the "weft" running alternately above and below the splints of the "warp."" -Foster, 1921

Checker Work Basket Weave

"The simplest form of woven basketry and that in most general use for large baskets is checker work,…

"Coiled baskets are made by sewing over and over with some sort of flexible material, each stitch interlacing with the one underneath." -Foster, 1921

Coiled Work Basket Weave

"Coiled baskets are made by sewing over and over with some sort of flexible material, each stitch interlacing…

"Coiled baskets are made by sewing over and over with some sort of flexible material, each stitch interlacing with the one underneath." -Foster, 1921

Coiled Work Basket Weave

"Coiled baskets are made by sewing over and over with some sort of flexible material, each stitch interlacing…

"The style of weaving common in baskets made of cane is known as twill work. This consists in passing each splint of the weft over two or more splints of the warp, then under two, forming a diagonal or twilled pattern." -Foster, 1921

Twill Work Basket Weave

"The style of weaving common in baskets made of cane is known as twill work. This consists in passing…

"This is the most intricate and also the most beautiful of all styles of weaving. The warp consists of rigid rods or splints, and the weft is in pairs or in three-strand, twining and braiding in threes." -Foster, 1921

Twined Work Basket Weave

"This is the most intricate and also the most beautiful of all styles of weaving. The warp consists…

"This is the most intricate and also the most beautiful of all styles of weaving. The warp consists of rigid rods or splints, and the weft is in pairs or in three-strand, twining and braiding in threes." -Foster, 1921

Twined Work Basket Weave

"This is the most intricate and also the most beautiful of all styles of weaving. The warp consists…

"Another common style is wicker work so frequently seen in willow baskets. This also is subject to a great variety of changes and patterns and is often combined with twilled work, for which it forms borders." -Foster, 1921

Wicker Work Basket Weave

"Another common style is wicker work so frequently seen in willow baskets. This also is subject to a…

"Gynandria. A, section of flower of Bletia' B, separated column of same, composed of the united style and filaments, bearing the stigma (s) and anthers (an)." -Whitney, 1911

Gynandria of Bletia

"Gynandria. A, section of flower of Bletia' B, separated column of same, composed of the united style…

The labeled anatomy of a cherry blossom.

Cherry Blossom

The labeled anatomy of a cherry blossom.

"Gynobase. Section of Gynoecium of Borage, gynobase (a) bearing the carpels and style." -Whitney, 1911

Borage Gynoecium

"Gynobase. Section of Gynoecium of Borage, gynobase (a) bearing the carpels and style." -Whitney, 1911

"Inflorescence and flowers of the burdock (Arctium minus). a, Inflorescences; b, longitudinal section of the same; c, bud of individual flower; d, mature flower; sty, stigma; stig, style; a, ring of syngenesius anthers; c, corolla; p, pappus (calyx); ov, ovary; e, mature seed." -Gager, 1916

Lesser Burdock

"Inflorescence and flowers of the burdock (Arctium minus). a, Inflorescences; b, longitudinal section…

A Chippendale-style chair with a ribbon back.

Chippendale Chair 1

A Chippendale-style chair with a ribbon back.

A chair designed by Thomas Chippendale. The back of this chair has a "Louis Quinze" style.

Chippendale Chair 2

A chair designed by Thomas Chippendale. The back of this chair has a "Louis Quinze" style.

A chair designed by Thomas Chippendale. The back of this chair has a plain back style.

Chippendale Chair 3

A chair designed by Thomas Chippendale. The back of this chair has a plain back style.

A Chippendale-style chair with a Chinese design.

Chippendale Chinese Chair 1

A Chippendale-style chair with a Chinese design.

An armchair designed by Thomas Chippendale, with a Chinese style.

Chippendale Chinese Chair 2

An armchair designed by Thomas Chippendale, with a Chinese style.

A table leg designed by Thomas Chippendale. This table leg has a "cabriole" style.

Chippendale Table Leg 1

A table leg designed by Thomas Chippendale. This table leg has a "cabriole" style.

A table leg designed by Thomas Chippendale. The table leg has a taper leg style.

Chippendale Table Leg 2

A table leg designed by Thomas Chippendale. The table leg has a taper leg style.

A table leg designed by Thomas Chippendale. This table leg has a "cabriole" leg style.

Chippendale Table Leg 3

A table leg designed by Thomas Chippendale. This table leg has a "cabriole" leg style.

"A genus of plants of the natural order Melanthaceae. The species, which are few in number, are stemless, with flowers half subterranean like the crocus, the limb of the perianth and part of the tube only rising above ground. The floews much resemble crocus-flowers, but are readily distinguished by having six instead of three stamens, and three styles instead of one." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Colchicum

"A genus of plants of the natural order Melanthaceae. The species, which are few in number, are stemless,…

"Colchicum autumnale. 1. A corm in flower; 2. The same stripped of its outer coats, and showing the ovaries after the floral envelopes are cut away; 3. a transverse section of the ovaries; 4. a ripe capsule; 5. a section of a seed; 6. the flower cut open, to show the stamens and the 3-parted style." -Lindley, 1853

Autumn Crocus

"Colchicum autumnale. 1. A corm in flower; 2. The same stripped of its outer coats, and showing the…

Illustrated are calyx cups and styles of dolichos, (1) dolichos lignosus, and (2) dolichos lablab.

Dolichos Calyx and Styles

Illustrated are calyx cups and styles of dolichos, (1) dolichos lignosus, and (2) dolichos lablab.

An illustration of an entry way including all terms.

Entry Way

An illustration of an entry way including all terms.

Chinese Ginger or fingerroot (Boesenbergia rotunda): "Flowers of Kaempferia pandurata; 2. the inner row of the corolla seen in profile. 3. the anther, enclosing the apex of the style between its lobes; 4. the style and stigma, with two abortive stamens at the base; 5. a transverse section of the ovary." -Lindley, 1853

Chinese Ginger

Chinese Ginger or fingerroot (Boesenbergia rotunda): "Flowers of Kaempferia pandurata; 2. the inner…

Dancing Girls: "Mantisia saltatoria; 1. style, stigma, and anther; 2. ovary, style, and abortive stamens." -Lindley, 1853

Dancing Girls Ginger

Dancing Girls: "Mantisia saltatoria; 1. style, stigma, and anther; 2. ovary, style, and abortive stamens."…

An armchair designed by George Hepplewhite.

Hepplewhite Armchair 1

An armchair designed by George Hepplewhite.

An armchair designed by George Hepplewhite.

Hepplewhite Armchair 2

An armchair designed by George Hepplewhite.

An armchair designed by George Hepplewhite.

Hepplewhite Armchair 3

An armchair designed by George Hepplewhite.

A chair designed by George Hepplewhite.

Hepplewhite Chair 1

A chair designed by George Hepplewhite.

A sitting chair designed by George Hepplewhite.

Hepplewhite Chair 2

A sitting chair designed by George Hepplewhite.

A chair designed by George Hepplewhite, one of the major furniture makers of the 18th century.

Hepplewhite Chair 3

A chair designed by George Hepplewhite, one of the major furniture makers of the 18th century.

A side-table designed by George Hepplewhite.

Hepplewhite Table

A side-table designed by George Hepplewhite.

"Leschenaultia splendens. 1. calyx, stamens, and style, with stigma and indusium, all magnified." -Lindley, 1853

Lechenaultia

"Leschenaultia splendens. 1. calyx, stamens, and style, with stigma and indusium, all magnified." -Lindley,…

An illustration of a man fixing his hair, even though he is bald.

Man Styling Hair

An illustration of a man fixing his hair, even though he is bald.

"Apostasia odorata; 1. a flower; 2. the stamens and style; 3. a cross section of the ovary; 4. a seed." -Lindley, 1853

Apostasia Orchid

"Apostasia odorata; 1. a flower; 2. the stamens and style; 3. a cross section of the ovary; 4. a seed."…

Louis XVI Ornament style.

Louis XVI Ornament

Louis XVI Ornament style.

A simple flower.

Flower Parts

A simple flower.

"Vinca minor. 1. corolla opened; 2. style and stigma; 3. perpendicular section of the double ovary; 4. section of a seed." -Lindley, 1853

lesser Periwinkle

"Vinca minor. 1. corolla opened; 2. style and stigma; 3. perpendicular section of the double ovary;…

A style of chair designed by Thomas Sheraton, one of the famous English furniture makers of the 18th century.

Sheraton Chair 1

A style of chair designed by Thomas Sheraton, one of the famous English furniture makers of the 18th…

A style of chair designed by Thomas Sheraton. This chair takes on a rectangular back.

Sheraton Chair 2

A style of chair designed by Thomas Sheraton. This chair takes on a rectangular back.

A style of couch designed by Thomas Sheraton, an English furniture designer.

Sheraton Couch

A style of couch designed by Thomas Sheraton, an English furniture designer.

"Details of the fructification of Struthanthus. 1. flower magnified; 2. section of calyx, ovary, and style; 3. fruit invested by the adnate calyx; 4. section of ditto after the calyx is removed; 5. an embryo with 4 cotyledons." -Lindley, 1853

Struthanthus

"Details of the fructification of Struthanthus. 1. flower magnified; 2. section of calyx, ovary, and…

"Synaphea dilatata. 1. a flower; 2. one of its lobes; 3. the ovary and style and stigma." -Lindley, 1853

Synaphea

"Synaphea dilatata. 1. a flower; 2. one of its lobes; 3. the ovary and style and stigma." -Lindley,…

The Modern Renaissance style table has legs that are prismatic, turned or sometimes curved. They either stand upright or slope outwards.

Modern Renaissance Style Table

The Modern Renaissance style table has legs that are prismatic, turned or sometimes curved. They either…

"Xyris operculata; 1. a flower seen in front; 2. a style, stigmas and stamens." -Lindley, 1853

Yellow-Eyed Grass

"Xyris operculata; 1. a flower seen in front; 2. a style, stigmas and stamens." -Lindley, 1853