ABOUT VICTORIAN ARCHITECTURE
Victorian architecture refers to work built during the reign of Queen Victoria 1837-1901. Culture in the Victorian era gradually moved toward romanticism and away from the rationalism of the Georgian era. LIkewise, architecture during the period included many romanticist styles including Italianate, Gothic Revival, Scottish Baronial, Swiss Chalet, Second Empire, Eastlake, the Shingle and Stick Styles, Colonial Revival, etc.
VICTORIAN STYLE MOULDINGS
Victorian style mouldings are typically elaborate combinations of shapes and profiles, frequently involving standardized profiles, fretwork and turnings made by machines.