characteristic of the time of Charles I and II of England:
a Carolean costume.
Historical Examples

A Carolean pulpit stood against a pillar, with reading-desk and clerk’s box underneath.
The Parish Clerk (1907) Peter Hampson Ditchfield

Other collectors prefer the term Carolean for a portion of the above period, which is equally misleading.
Chats on Old Furniture Arthur Hayden

The p. 13supposed connexion with the Carolean Chief Justice is more than doubtful.
The Early Life of Mark Rutherford Mark Rutherford


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