Tudor style

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Tudor style

English, predominantly sixteenth-century furniture in a Renaissance, increasingly mannerist-influenced provincial style. It developed the draw-leaf table by 1550, the decorative nonesuch chest, and the Farthingale chair (the latter two being nineteenth-century names). Holly and ebony were new woods. The reign of Elizabeth I is sometimes separated from the four earlier Tudors, but, in fact, the ornate Italianate trend only became more pronounced.
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Jacobethan is a mode of Tudor Revival architecture comprising a blend of Jacobean and Elizabethan architecture.
Built and designed by architects Schwartz and Gross in the style of a Tudor revival home.
Just 10 minutes outside of Sudbury's downtown there sits an elegant Tudor revival hall, built in 1931.
Lisa and Floyd Melton's Tudor Revival home and surrounding yard play host to around 300 friends of all ages throughout the afternoon and evening.
The new house, a Tudor Revival cottage, becomes available after its former tenant, Chris' sister, Rain, a "free spirit," had not been seen or heard from after taking off several months before, telling Chris in an e-mail that she was moving to an ashram, leaving the house in a state of disrepair and owing several months rent.
Considered to be among the finest examples of Tudor Revival architecture in the country, the mansion's grand scale of 88,000 square feet and 110 rooms is complemented by three dozen associated structures, including a clubhouse, greenhouse, playhouse, and riding ring.
Icicles hung off the restored Tudor Revival station building we arrived at in Whitefish at 7 a.
The exterior of the Gardens is designed to be compatible with the Tudor Revival homes of the adjacent Forest Hill Historic District.
Ray Munson, who bought the building a little over a year ago with four partners, is drawn to the quality craftsmanship - an eclectic mix of art nouveau and Tudor revival with Gothic influences.
With its gables, flower boxes, and half-timber walls, the house recalls the comfortable and cozy Tudor revival architecture visible in early Seattle neighborhoods.
But after an accidental fire at Hata's precious, stately Tudor Revival home-his physical manifestation of the American Dream-the past begins to prey upon the former Japanese Imperial Army medic, after almost an entire lifetime spent forgetting.
Biggerstaff Wilson, the "second son of pioneer Victoria entrepreneur William Wilson," built a Tudor revival house "on Rockland Avenue, Victoria" in 1905-6.