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St Cyprian's, Clarence Gate, Marylebone, London: the screen

RIBA5649
Comper, Sir John Ninian (1864-1960)

St Lawrence, Didmarton, Gloucestershire: the vestry, formerly the north transept

RIBA5654
NOTES: The style of this Medieval church is Early English while the fittings are Georgian.

St Mary the Virgin, Great Warley, Essex: the beaten metal pulpit and chancel screen

RIBA5660
Reynolds-Stephens, Sir William (1862-1943)
NOTES: This church, built for Evelyn Heseltine, was designed by Charles Harrison Townsend while William Reynolds-Stephens was responsible for the Art Nouveau interiors in the English Arts and Crafts manner.

Trinity Congregational Church, Lansbury, Poplar, London: the nave seen from the gallery

RIBA5749
Handisyde & Stark
NOTES: This was part of the Festival of Britain 'Live' Architecture Exhibition.

Church, Convent of Santa Clara, Queretaro: the pulpit

RIBA5985
SOURCE: Sylvester Baxter. Spanish-colonial architecture in Mexico (Boston, 1901), vol 7, no. 90

St Vedast alias Foster, Cheapside, City of London

RIBA6115
Bower, Stephen Dykes
NOTES: Designed by Sir Christopher Wren, this church was gutted by firebombs during the London Blitz of 1940 and 1941. It was restored by Stephen Dykes Bower between 1953 and 1964.
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