Edwardian

Edwardian is British slang for a 'teddy boy'.
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Edwardian

Edwardian is British slang for a 'teddy boy'.
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Edwardian

Refers to the period during the reign of Edward VII of England (1901-1910), but the style has it's beginnings during the final years of Victoria's reign, and continued until shortly before World War I when the more geometric influences later to be called Art Deco began to make headway. In jewelry, this period was characterized by delicate filigree ...
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Edwardian

[adj] - of or relating to or characteristic of the era of Edward VII in England 2. [n] - someone belonging to (or as if belonging to) the era of Edward VII
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Edwardian

King Edward VII of Britain was the son of Queen Victoria whose longevity meant that he did not accede to the throne until 1901, when he was sixty. Initiated the Entente cordiale which in 1904 marked new era of good relations with France. He died in 1910. As Prince of Wales he had been notorious for his love of good living and his reign, and the ter...
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Edwardian

the period of the reign of King Edward VII 1901 -1910, which, with influence from Arts and Crafts and Art Nouveau, was less dependant on past styles and therefore produced a more simplistic, direct and human architecture, than the Victorian era.
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Edwardian

adjective of or relating to or characteristic of the era of Edward VII in England; `Edwardian furniture`
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Edwardian

noun someone belonging to (or as if belonging to) the era of Edward VII
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Edwardian

In the United Kingdom the term Edwardian refers to something occuring or originating from the reign of a king called Edward. Although the term originated in the 19th century, later it was particularly applied to the reign of King Edward VII who reigned between 1901 and 1910. Thus, an Edwardian object is an object dating from between 1901 and 1910.
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Edwardian

Refers to the period during the reign of Edward VII of England (1901-1910), but the style has it's beginnings during the final years of Victoria's reign, and continued until shortly before World War I when the more geometric influences later to be called Art Deco began to make headway. In jewelry, this period was characterized by delicate filigree ...
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