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Yes and I wouldn´t recommend them. I had three and found them to be too dull without the appropriate bulb.I changed two for some Cuboluco Lamps which are great but with time develope small cracks on the lid and one I changed for a brilliant ITIS lamp from artemide. The ITIS I can recommend very highly.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cZ61q4VH0KQ
Ist actually only 1 Page. The other 35 are full of one Posters like yourself plugging a particular brand.....thats a knownfactor
As to the link you posted Hartwell house which I´ve been to is a Jacobite house and older than its Georgian"Features" and Woodchester house is obviously Gothic, these are just two of many. Don´t get me wrong I know where you are coming from, but what I´m saying is, that of the country houses, many do indeed have Georgian additions but they many are not pure Georgian Houses. The purist example of Georgian style is still the Town houses with their recognisable windows and...
Correct but in Modern times and in most cases when referring to "Georgian" style the traditional town houses are what most envisage. As to the colourful doors, a Georgian door is still a Georgian door with its wooden panels. They are mostly colourful today reflecting a trend from the Edwardian times of painting the doors bright Green or Red. 20 years ago I was involved in the restoration of a Georgian House in Blessington Street in Dublin. Apart from finding some very cool...
That's French colonial with a hint of federal. Georgian refers to the large townhouse style built in uk and irish cities during the reign of king George prior tomthe Victorian era. They are recognizable through their dominant and colorful wooden front doors
And if its me you are referring to then its a green silk knitted tie from the SF members "Shibumi"
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