Georgian architecture is often variable and it is not uncommon to find a number of one-off buildings in various towns and villages but all are defined by the desire for symmetry with the proportions based on the classical architecture from Greece and Rome. In a number of towns that expanded rapidly during the period a number of property developers started to emerge building rows of house in a homogeneous terraced houses and this style spread out globally and had high standards of quality finish and construction. A number of these beautiful homes were demolished over the years but cities and towns such as London, Edinburgh, Bristol and Newcastle have retained plenty of examples that allow Period Mouldings to save these designs.
A simple small mould often used in non entertaining rooms. We have seen this used well in more modern house to give a period effect as well as in Georgian terraces on the upper floors.
An upper bulbous section that falls away to a smaller half teardrop.