Bayside

Bayside is an adaptation of those delightfully eccentric house numbers that are native to suburban America. Their bizarre forms recall the "chinoiserie" of the Aesthetic Movement, a nineteenth century fashion whose romance with foreign influences wasn't especially concerned with historical accuracy. Bayside's forms are based on a set of numbers produced around 1928 by H. W. Knight & Son of Seneca Falls, New York. Widely copied by other manufacturers, these forms have gradually softened over the years; Bayside restores them to their loopy grandeur.

Suggested Pairings:
Bayside with Saracen Bayside with Saracen Bayside with Saracen
Bayside with Knockout Bayside with Knockout Bayside with Knockout

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