Earlier pre-1920s Tudor Revivals generally had wood cladding on the main floors with rough-cast stucco and half-timbering on the upper stories. After the war, masonry veneering of brick or stone (usually granite) covered the main floor, with stucco and robust detail above. From the late 1930s on, the Tudor exteriors were primarily covered in stucco with a vestigial half-timbering left in the gables. Decorative medieval wood details like quatrefoils in panels became part of the half-timbering along with wide bracketed eaves. Windows are usually multi-paned with wooden muntins, or sometimes leaded glass in diamond panes.