Victorian Style Mouldings


American Victorian

Architecture of the Victorian era stressed romanticism over rationalism, and represented an elaborate combination of styles, such as Gothic Revival, Italianate, Second Empire, Stick, Queen Anne, Shingle, Richardsonian Romanesque, and Colonial Revival. 

The Victorian era coincided with industrialization, and advances in manufacturing meant that elaborate decorative details were mass-produced.  These decorative details were much less expensive than their handmade counterparts, so elaborate woodwork became a defining feature of the Victorian architecture.

See the individual mouldings and specifications for further information.  See the Victorian style mouldings: casing, base, chair rail, or crown.

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