Definition of Victoriana in English:

Victoriana

Line breaks: Vic¦tori|ana
Pronunciation: /vɪkˌtɔːrɪˈɑːnə
 
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noun

Articles, especially collectors' items, from the Victorian period.
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  • Naturally it has the heritage decor that comes with the genre: dark wood, theatrical red, brazenly swirly carpets, brass coal scuttles and Quality Street faux Victoriana prints.
  • Visitors were able to browse a selection of Victoriana stalls from jewellery sellers and basket-weavers to rope makers, and there was plenty of street entertainment to be enjoyed, including jugglers, stilt-walkers and jazz musicians.
  • Rather than play with other kids, the young Lloyd Jenkins would hang out with the neighbours - elderly communists with a boat shed full of Victoriana, rescued from a St Mary's Bay home demolished for the harbour bridge.

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