Penzances Market House, more commonly known as the Lloyds Bank building. The building was erected in 1838 after a competition to select an architect. The winners were a London based firm but the town council decided they couldn't afford them! In the end the building was designed by William Harris of Bristol. It is this building with it's iconic giant portico, Tuscan columns and fine dome which stands today
What is a Tuscan Column? Find Out in the Architecture Glossary
Tuscan was a simple architectural form practiced in ancient Italy. A Tuscan column is plain, without carvings and ornaments. Features of a Tuscan Column: Shaft sets on a simple base Shaft is usually plain, not fluted (grooved) Shaft is slender, with proportions similar to a Greek Ionic column Smooth, round capitals (tops) No carvings or other ornaments Tuscan and Doric Columns Compared: A Tuscan column resembles a Doric column from ancient Greece. Both column styles are simple…
RH's Bertrand Side Table:Our neoclassical table recalls the furnishings of 18th-century Europe. Beautifully weathered and built by hand with dedicated attention to craftsmanship, it's supported by unembellished Tuscan columns.
Event-warehouse.com 72" Tuscan Columns taper from a 9" to an 11" diameter. This column has a fitted 12" Tuscan Style Cap and Base. This column is part of the Tuscan Style Colonnade Wedding Arch, the Tuscan Half Oval Colonnade Wedding Arch and the Contemporary Oval Style C. Putting in home and painting it one day when we build.