Jacobethan style

Jacobethan style, Jacobethan Revival

A mode of Tudor Revival architecture, of limited popularity from the 1800s to about 1920, that was a blend of Jacobean and Elizabethan architecture; hence, the compound term. Such buildings are often characterized by front-facing gables that rise above the roofline; elaborate brickwork or stonework; quoins at the corners of the building; occasionally, turrets or towers; stone straight-line gables or multicurved gables, tall decorative chimneys; rectangular window frames, usually containing small, leaded panes of glass set in casement sashes.
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Built in a decorative Jacobethan style with classical detail and a pitched slate roof, the main part of the Shirehall was built in 1899 by O M Roberts & sons of Porthmadog to a design by Lloyd Williams of Denbigh at a cost of PS4,453.
We started the morning with trip to Lord Dufferin's outlandish Viceregal Lodge, designed by British architect Henry Irwin in the Jacobethan style. We then headed to Jahku Temple to pay homage to monkey god Hanuma.
We started the morning with a trip to Lord Dufferin's outlandish Viceregal Lodge, designed by British architect Henry Irwin in the Jacobethan style. We then headed to Jahku Temple to pay homage to monkey god Hanuma.
Ty Gwyn's architecture is late Victorian Jacobethan style of finely jointed pale Portland stone with some dressings of contrasting hue.
It could bean Oxbridgecollege, Jacobethan style, set in dreamy lawns,gardens, straight out ofTom Gray's Elegy...