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House of Falkland, Fife: the billiards room

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Burn, William (1789-1870)
NOTES: The House of Falkland was designed by William Burn in 1838-1844 for Onesiphorus Tyndall-Bruce. In 1887 it was bought by the third Marquess of Bute, who employed Robert Weir Schultz to transform the interior, the alterations being carried out between 1890-1900.

Designs for the Reform Club, Pall Mall, London: details of ceiling and lantern of the billiard room

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Barry, Sir Charles (1795-1860)
NOTES: From the 'Large Atlas Folio: Gothic and Italian', a volume of tracings of office drawings made by James Murray during the time he worked in Barry's office, 1839-1847.

Lyne Grove, Virginia Water, Surrey: circular billiard room with copper ceiling and adjacent sitting area

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Hill, Oliver (1887-1968)
NOTES: Alterations and decorations to the house were carried out for Godfrey Isaacs including dining room, Chinese Saloon and billiard room with ceiling of burnished copper.

Lyne Grove, Virginia Water, Surrey: circular billiard room with copper ceiling looking toward raised recess with seating and fireplace

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Hill, Oliver (1887-1968)
NOTES: Alterations and decorations to the house were carried out for Godfrey Isaacs including dining room, Chinese Saloon and billiard room with ceiling of burnished copper.

Buchan Hill, near Crawley, West Sussex: the oriel window in the billiard room

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Ernest George & Peto
NOTES: Now called Cottesmore School.

Blackwell, near Bowness-on-Windermere, Cumbria: the great hall with a the billiard table at one end

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Scott, Mackay Hugh Baillie (1865-1945)
NOTES: This is a photograph of a water-colour by Baillie Scott. Blackwell was the house he designed for himself in Cumbria.

Highfield, North Street, Great Driffield, Yorkshire: the billiard room inglenook fireplace

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Paull & Ayliffe
NOTES: A grand house originallly built in 1865 for Henry Angas, a grocer. It was considerably altered by Temple Moore in 1882-1887 for the new owner Harrison Holt, which included a billiard room and a drawing room. The house was further extended in the 'Elizabethan style' in 1898 by a local firm George Shepherdson, possibly to the designs of Moore.

Designs for the interior decoration of the addition to Lythe Hill, Haslemere, Surrey, for James Stewart Hodgson Esq.: plan and section of the billiard room ceiling

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Aitchison, George (1825-1910)
NOTES: This drawing was exhibited at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, in 1889 (Ceiling, Billiard Room, no. 1879).
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