Edwardian


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Edwardian

denoting, relating to, or having the style of life, architecture, dress, etc., current in Britain during the reign (1901--10) of Edward VII (1841--1910)
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A brass band will play merry Christmas melodies in the Edwardian Town park and carol singers will perform traditional favourites like 'Away in a Manger' and 'Hark, the Heralds Angels Sing'.
To get the Edwardian look, you would need nimble fingers, though; they mostly made their own decorations, saving the best from year to year.
So perhaps this is not an Edwardian picture of the construction of the bandstand but simply a photograph of the re-tiling of its roof in the inter-war period.
There will be the opportunity to pose for an Edwardian portrait and take home a special Christmas souvenir.
With these, as this book makes clear, the social historian of Edwardian Britain is plentifully supplied.
Edwardian is 8-1 favourite for the race with Coral and Ladbrokes, and was cut yesterday by Hills to 9-1 from 10-l.
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.
Fox, showed his fashion independence in an Edwardian ensemble.
ITC Bradley Hand, ITC Edwardian Script, ITC Franklin Gothic, ITC Revaska, ITC Tactile and ITC Stone Humanist are trademarks of International Typeface Corporation and may be registered in certain jurisdictions.
The Edwardian Tearooms at the Grade II listed building closed in mid-June for a comprehensive refit.
You may have noticed some beautiful Edwardian hat boxes setting the scene of popular new drama series Mr Selfridge.
AS we stroll down memory lane yet again, we come across two unidentified views and a look back to what the elegant Edwardian lady cyclists would havea wornat the earlyr turn of the century into the 1920s.