The majestic curve of the Royal Crescent in Bath, England, designed by John Wood the younger (1727-1781) is one of the great achievements of Georgian architecture. The thirty houses are unified by the façade, but behind this there is considerable variation in both size and layout, for each was constructed by a different builder between the years 1767 and 1774.
Number 1 The Royal Crescent has a fully restored exterior, while inside there is a museum showing Georgian interior decoration, paintings and furniture. The house is also the headquarters of the Bath Preservation Trust.
This card features a unique aerial view covering the whole of the Royal Crescent, and lists important previous residents and visitors. The full-colour image is on the front, while on the inside there is space for your message and a cut-away drawing of a house in the Royal Crescent circa 1780, and space for you message.
Card Size : 350x123mm/ 13.75 x 4.75"