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Wollaton Hall is an Elizabethan house outside Nottingham. It includes examples of strapwork both inside and out.
It defines strapwork as: ‘Decoration originating in France (at the Royal Château de Fontainebleau) and the Netherlands c 1540, also common in Elizabethan England, consisting of interlaced bands and forms similar to fretwork or cut leather; generally used in ceilings, screens and funerary monuments.’
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