NEW TOWN TERRACE, Edinburgh
19th Century (single bookend)
This Scots style classic terrace was typical of many New Town houses built in Edinburgh during the 1860's. More restrained and austere than its southern cousins (see Jane Austen House) it nevertheless is very handsome with its cast iron balcony and pillared front doorway.
Today Edinburgh remains a magnificent, well-preserved city of wide streets and large squares. Alongside this Georgian new town is the older medieval city centred on the famous Royal Mile of Edinburgh.
Weight: 1.3 kg - Dimensions: 4"w x 7"h x 2.5"d