Herringbone Pattern

The herringbone pattern was commonly used to decorate Ancient Roman pottery. Invented by the Romans in around 500 BC when they built their super roads – known as “Viae Publicae” – from interlocking bricks, the V-shaped geometric design features heavily in objects throughout Greco-Roman antiquity.

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