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Att. Tag: sash window | Gothic
Victorian Gothic revival
The Gothic style became widespread in the third quarter of the 19th century, characterized by its ornate stone and brick structures. Victorian Gothic architecture was lavished with ornamentation and decoration. Victorian sash windows incorporated curved horns, arched heads, intricate mouldings, lead-lights and latticework to adorned the sashes. Windows were often grouped into impressive bays, offset with ornate stone reveals. Graduating the size of windows from the ground upwards not only improved the perspective but also increased the amount of light to the lower rooms.