Edwardiana

Ed·ward·i·an·a

 (ĕd-wôr′dē-ăn′ə, -ä′nə, -wär′-)
n.
Material or a collection of materials from or relating to the Edwardian era.
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Alistair says: "Regency pieces will always make their money, but the market for Victoriana and Edwardiana isn't what it was, so you can get a lot more for your money.
Cita repetidamente a ciertos escritores de lengua inglesa por los cuales sentia una admiracion incondicional (Stevenson, Kipling, Chesterton, Wells), todos ellos escritores de la epoca victoriana tardia o edwardiana, o sea, de la epoca de su ninez, y autores, ademas, de short stories de misterio, fantasia o aventuras.
There will be Victoriana and Edwardiana clothes, lots of accessories, clothes from the 1920s to 1970s and menswear.
And, from a busy early evening outside, we stepped into something of Edwardiana, almost.
Physical improvements to the town centre, including attractive Edwardiana lamps in Westgate, refurbishment of many tree guards and environmental improvements to the junction of Chaloner and Fountain Streets.
Lots of Edwardiana accessories and jet jewellery can complete the look, she adds.
The eccentric author and illustrator, who died last year at the age of 75, coined a unique aesthetic--an alloy of morbidity, enigma, non sequitur and stuffy Edwardiana that gained him a cult following.
The catwalk's love affair with Edwardiana continues - but this season's lacy lingerie feel injects a thrilling shot of sex appeal," says Elizabeth.