A few nice china household molds images I found:
Image from page 96 of “Health in home and town” (1912)
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Title: Health in home and town
Year: 1912 (1910s)
Authors: Brown, Bertha Millard, b. 1870
Subjects: Sanitation, Household Public health
Publisher: Boston, D.C. Heath
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: The Library of Congress
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s just under the ceiling, called the cornice. Thefrieze varies in width, and may be nine inches or moredeep. It is sometimes finished at the base with a widemolding for the display of china or pottery. In smallrooms, the walls seem higher when the frieze is omittedand the picture-molding is placed close to the ceiling.The filling is the space from the top of the dado or thebase-board to the frieze or the molding. This is thepart that stands directly back of the furniture andpictures. The Wall Coverings. — The appearance of the walldepends upon three things: first, the manner of cover-ing; second, the color chosen; and third, the patternselected. There are several ways in which walls are HOW TO FINISH AND DECORATE HOUSE 85 decorated. Some of the most beautiful walls are coveredwith panels of wood. Mahogany, oak, and otherbeautiful woods are used for this purpose, and are sofinished as to bring out their wonderful grain and color.This is very costly, but some of the museums show rooms
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