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The flattened domed ceiling on pendentives suggests a highly fashionable Regency architect, as does the large expanse of plate glass, surely undressed from former glories of the upholsterer's arts. The impressive chimneypiece and grate are as expensive as the cabinet and armchairs redolent of those designed by Tatham and supplied by Morel in 1807 for the new Throne Room at Carlton House. The tones of blue and gilt utilised overall are typical of Regency fascination with the French Empire style, further emphasised by the remaining carpet. Is this The Last of the Old Home?
|Height||299.00 mm||(11.77 inches)|
|Width||407.00 mm||(16.02 inches)|