Slide 6: Graceful Lines

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The Tudor arch, also known as a depressed arch or a four-center arch, was a dramatic departure from its predecessor, the pointed Gothic arch. It is low and wide with a center point, and was used extensively in Tudor times in the design of doorways, mantel pieces, and window frames. The entrance to this gracious country club home perfectly illustrates the depressed arch style.


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