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Jacobethan Revival 1895-1915

  • Roofs are ridged, or flat and parapeted, or hipped
  • Gables rise above steep-pitched roof have triangular form and straight and curved silhouette
  • Towers or turrets crowned with curvilinear roofs
  • Windows are rectangular and divided into rectangular lights by stone mullions
  • Tall chimneys with each flue shaft distinguished and clustered in stacks or lined up in rows, each set diagonally
  • Doorways round-arched and enclosed in tabernacle frames
  • Minimal use of classical detail
  • "Strapwork": flat scrollwork resembling leather