A circular ornament, resembling a dish, often worked in relief on friezes, and the like.
Paterae (pl.)] Flat ornament, usually a square four-petalled flower, or four-lobed leaf, used in cornice, frieze and mouldings. (Wood, Margaret. The English Medieval House, 413)
Paterae in the plural, are round or oval inlaid or overlaid panels of classical origin, often made in different coloured timbers or carved and painted.
Circular or oval motif decorated in low relief and widely used ornamentally; often resembling a stylised flower or rosette.
a flat round decoration like a shield, in bas-relief.
Round or oval disc, usually ornamented with a rosette in the center
Round or oval ornament, usually embossed.
A small circular ornament made of wood, metal or composition.
a circular ornament resembling a dish often worked in relief on friezes in classical architecture.
An oval or circular form embellished with fluting or rosettes derived from classical decoration.
A round flat ornament in bas-relief in freizes etc.-often applied loosely to rosettes and other flat ornaments (archit.)