A tiny brick wall, in herring-bone
pattern, led from the gate to the front porch.
An unusual image of a large stack of peat was shown, stacked in 'herring-bone
' fashion, and other unusual shots that could not have been taken anywhere else such as the ferrying of sheep for grazing to another island in a very small boat!
Oldberrow Court was listed in 1967 and is packed with character in every inch of its 4,056 sq ft living space, with flagstone flooring, exposed beams, ancient fireplace, gables and herring-bone
GLORIOUS GLOSS Mandarin Stone (www.mandarinstone.com) has a glorious selection of sleek and shiny gloss tiles that can be arranged in an unusual herring-bone
Unit features south and west city views and original herring-bone
With his friends, White used to scale the Worcester Hill where the Fairlawn Rehabilitation Hospital now sits, on wooden skis, herring-bone
style, and ski down.
Grips are straight drainage channels dug into the ground, often visible on aerial maps as they form a herring-bone
Fabric manufacturers are taking up decorative elements from the seventies, using striped patterns in herring-bone
and satin weaves, creating new Panama looks, reinventing the cavalry style and interpreting denim for workwear applications.
The pavements will be made of herring-bone
bricks and lamp posts will be replaced with ones resembling those used during the colonial era.
The unfooted, floating-lidded Five Ring Jar #36 is decorated all round with a herring-bone
pattern set between the demarcating rings that create four distinct visual layers, architecturally equivalent to floors of a building stacked atop one another up through the vessel height.
Some parts, notably a herring-bone
patterned section of wall, date back to 978AD and were built by Queen Elfrida, mother of Ethelred The Unready.