- designating, or in the style of, the architecture of the period of the first three Edwards
Origin of Edwardianafter Edward VII of or characteristic of the period in Great Britain from about 1901 to the beginning of WWI, esp. with reference to literature, art, and fashion
designating or of the reigns of any of the English kings named Edward; specif.,
Of, relating to, or characteristic of the reign of Edward VII of England.
A person belonging to or exhibiting characteristics typical of the Edwardian period.
(comparative more Edwardian, superlative most Edwardian)
Edward + -ian
- From Edwardian days when these were white linen or muslin with lace trim to today when they can be whatever style, color and fabric you like, a dress is often more comfortable and always more stylish than shorts and a T-shirt.
- Although the ring is traditionally designed to represent a couple's past, present, and future, this one-of-a-kind Edwardian ring with diamond details throughout the platinum band is said to represent mother, father, and son.
- Rose gold jewelry emerged in the 19th century and was popular during the Victorian era and continued to be a common metal choice in the early 20th century throughout the Edwardian and Art Deco time periods.
- Online retailers also offer a selection of antique and antique-inspired designs, including Edwardian and filigree engagement rings, both of which used beautiful detailing for exquisite designs.
- Edwardian style rings - During this time period, the shoulders of the ring were intricately carved and designed using many different types of motifs like Filigree, ribbons, bows and flowers.