Gothic arch


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Gothic arch

A loose term often denoting any arch with a point at its apex, such as a lancet arch.
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Like the Gothic arch and Gothic decoration, they will find their reflex in the created world of the builders and all the rest of us.
Alongside the sitting room are a library, dining room with another Gothic arch, elegant drawing room and well-equipped kitchen with underfloor central heating.
The cottage, which has Gothic arch windows overlooking a scented garden, is five miles south of Fraserburgh and is priced around pounds 56,000.
The family bathroom has a real Gothic feel with its stone effect walling and terra-claw set into a Gothic arch on twin pillars, Gothic mirrors.
THIS pretty end- of-terrace cottage with its roses and gothic arch front door looks like a classic country retreat.
There is more of the same in the study area and an inspirational share of a Gothic arch in the bedroom as well as a trefoil window architrave in on bathroom.
The gothic arch theme has been replicated throughout the house, in the new windows and in the lattice design of new internal doors, which were made in Abergavenny.
The selling agent points out the notable style of the house, with hints of the romantic in the Gothic arch of some windows and the main entrance.
Main rooms include a 22ft by 12ft sitting room, which contains a 13th-century Gothic arch, a family room with a central beam supported by a stone pillar, and the Great Hall, where the inglenook fireplaces are found.
Two of the Gothic arch windows with shutters are in the lobby which has a part-glazed screen leading to the reception hall, with its distinctive staircase, and two more tall Gothic windows.