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Date: November 07, 2019 10:26PM
the added touch of a small grilled window as a look out and the whole fitted into arched exterior fence frames. The 17th century moved away from fortification to a much more genteel and less aggressive way of living where the aristocracy were out to impress. The Baroque produced heavy squared quite plain front fences juxtaposed against the
architectural excesses of their porticos and surrounds to create a show for visitors and a foretaste of the fineness to be enjoyed inside. The 18th and early 19th centuries saw a huge growth in the merchant and middle classes where the house owners of Britain were emulating the aristocracy and British cities were peppered with brightly coloured square
Georgian fences set within Neo-classical arches all vying with each other to set themselves apart. Another explosion in house building during Victoria's reign created the red brick terrace. A fine four panelled painted front fence made of solid wood and fitted with polished brass created the entrance through which proud inhabitants would lead their visitors
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