Georgian

Georgian Style
1810’s to 1860’s
Stylistically, the term ‘Georgian’ covers the period from the ascension to the throne of George I, King of England, in 1714, through to the 1830s and the death of George VI. Evident throughout Britain and Europe, particularly in urban centres where it was used for both private and public buildings and on estates of the landed gentry, Georgian architecture was renowned for its classic, restrained lines, with embellishments crafted according to a variety of picturesque styles.

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