What is Edwardian?

  • (noun): Someone belonging to (or as if belonging to) the era of Edward VII.
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Some articles on edwardian:

Teddy Boy (subculture)
... were partly inspired by the styles worn by dandies in the Edwardian period, styles which Savile Row tailors had attempted to re-introduce in Britain after World ... Boy was coined when a 1953 Daily Express newspaper headline shortened Edwardian to Teddy ... Guards officers, adopted the style of the Edwardian era ...
History Of Suits - Men's Suits - Edwardian
... The beginning of the Edwardian era in the early 20th century brought a steady decline in the wearing of frock coats as the morning coat rose in relative formality ... The lounge suit was slowly accepted as being correct outside its original settings, and during Edwardian times gradually began to be seen in town ...
The Edwardian Country House - Episodes
... To help them through the three months ahead of life in the Edwardian Era, they have a rule book outlining their roles and positions in the rigid upstairs-downstairs hierarchy. 2002 50mins 1x03 The atmosphere in the Edwardian Country House is tense as our 19 volunteers continue to come to terms with their new Edwardian lives ... life and the master has no desire to duck out of these Edwardian activities ...
Edwardian Baroque Architecture
... The term Edwardian Baroque refers to the Neo-Baroque architectural style of many public buildings built in the British Empire during the Edwardian era (1901–1910) ... The characteristic features of the Edwardian Baroque style were drawn from two main sources the architecture of France in the 18th century and that of Sir Christopher Wren in England in the 17th ... Typical details of Edwardian Baroque architecture include extensive rustication, usually heavier at ground level, often running into and exaggerating the voissours of arched openings (derived from French models ...
Australian Residential Architectural Styles - Federation Period C. 1890 - C. 1915
... The Edwardian Style was named after King Edward (1901–1910) at the time, and the term Federation coincided with Australia becoming a nation of its own in 1901 ... the Federation style was, broadly speaking, the Australian version of the Edwardian, but differed from the Edwardian in the use of Australian motifs, like Kangaroos, the Rising Sun (of Federation), and ... Federation depicted a Tudor type look, especially on gables, and Edwardian gave a simpler cottage look ...

More definitions of "Edwardian":

  • (adj): Of or relating to or characteristic of the era of Edward VII in England.
    Example: "Edwardian furniture"