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St David's is set in secure, lush landscaped grounds and the detached Edwardian property boasts two reception halls, two cloakrooms, a 27ft drawing room, dining room, sitting room, family room and library.
Many vintage jewels are full of symbolic elements, like the Edwardian pearl and diamond ring from Jacob's Diamond and Estate Jewelry.
The restored Edwardian Tearooms at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery
Right: a postcard showing what an elegant Edwardian lady would have been wearing in the early days of both motorcar and cycling
1) In spite of some indifferent commercial development, it is still remarkable for open commons and leafy streets lined by large Victorian and Edwardian family houses.
One of these was dancer and actress Gabrielle Ray, one of the most popular subjects on Edwardian picture postcards.
With these, as this book makes clear, the social historian of Edwardian Britain is plentifully supplied.
The Christmas tree was highly popular by Edwardian times, having been introduced to England by Queen Victoria''s German husband, Prince Albert.
This postcard was posted in Rednal on August 4, 1909, exactly five years before the fateful August of 1914 and the outbreak of the First World War, and shows a group of ladies in Edwardian dress on their bicycles in the Lickey Hills at Four Ways, Rednal, now a traffic island.
We are grateful to the Edwardian Hotels Group for their long standing partnership and look forward to continuing to build our relationship.
Yet the clothing of the men looks later than the Edwardian period.
Edwardian Farm BBC2, 9pm Constant rain threatens the harvesting of the oat crop so Peter Ginn tries to fashion a weather vane in the hope of predicting future conditions, before the team deploys the latest in farming technology, including a tractor and an Edwardian film crew captures their work.