I have been carrying out a small private survey of timbered buildings in Warwick and was struck by the similarity in style of The Tudor Inn on West Street and the old row of shops on Swan Street. Both are large, showy, double jettied properties which dominate the smaller adjoining houses. The arrangement of the timber frames, notably the small square sections, the chevron filled panels and gables are common to both buildings.
There are other examples of this small chevron pattern in the town but I have not, so far spotted this style anywhere else. I wonder if these two were built by the same person and if this is a feature unique to Warwick. Compare my two images and see what you think.