Georgian Ceiling Roses

Set during the period of 1714 to 1837, the Georgian style is highly variable, but marked by symmetry and proportion based on the classical architecture of Greece and Rome, as revived in Renaissance architecture. Georgian architecture is eponymous with the English House of Hanover and the kings who reigned in continuous succession from 1714 to 1830, being George I, George II, George III, and George IV and William IV.

Hayles and Howe standard range of ceiling roses that accurately reflect this period of particular including CE06 through to CE09.

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