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Montacute House, Somerset: the coat of arms on the west front porch

RIBA18086
NOTES: The porch on the west front was originally part of Clifton Maybank house and dates from c. 1535. It was re-erected at Montacute House in 1786.

Bingham's Melcombe, Dorset: the hall (on the left) and entrance porch

RIBA18177
NOTES: The porch was probably built at a later date.

Designs for the library at King Edward VI Grammar School, New Street, Birmingham: elevation and section of a carved stone coat of arms

RIBA21036
Barry, Sir Charles (1795-1860)
NOTES: While working on King Edward VI Grammar School, Birmingham, Barry collaborated for the first time with Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin and the stonecarver J. Thomas, who were later to work with him on the Houses of Parliament.

Designs for the library at King Edward VI Grammar School, New Street, Birmingham: details of decorative carved paterae for the ceiling

RIBA21042
Barry, Sir Charles (1795-1860)
NOTES: While working on King Edward VI Grammar School, Birmingham, Barry collaborated for the first time with Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin and the stonecarver J. Thomas, who were later to work with him on the Houses of Parliament.

Designs for King Edward VI Grammar School, New Street, Birmingham: details of decorative carved paterae for a parapet above a doorway

RIBA21043
Barry, Sir Charles (1795-1860)
NOTES: While working on King Edward VI Grammar School, Birmingham, Barry collaborated for the first time with Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin and the stonecarver J. Thomas, who were later to work with him on the Houses of Parliament.

Sketch of the coat of arms of Sir Edward B Baker

RIBA21480
NOTES: This drawing is one of a number of miscellaneous sketches and copies from Stevens's school copybook and sketchbook. It was probably made between 1824 and 1833.

Design for a carved overmantel, possibly intended for Dunham Massey (or Massie) Hall, Greater Manchester

RIBA29341
Bouget (fl. 1700)
NOTES: The monogram incorporated into the carved decoration on this overmantel is that of George Booth, 2nd Earl of Warrington, who succeeded in 1693/4 and died in 1758. This design may have been intended for the Booth family home of Dunham Massey Hall, which was modernised from 1660 onwards.

Design for a carved decorative panel, possibly intended for Dunham Massey (or Massie) Hall, Greater Manchester

RIBA29342
Bouget (fl. 1700)
NOTES: This design may have been intended for Dunham Massey Hall, home of George Booth, 2nd Earl of Warrington who succeeded in 1693/4 and died in 1758. Dunham Massey was modernised from 1660 onwards.

Personal items previously belonging to C.F.A. Voysey: a napkin embroidered with the architect's name, a heart-shaped napkin ring, brass name plate and a letter opener

RIBA30219
Voysey, Charles Francis Annesley (1857-1941)
NOTES: These items form part of an archive of personal belongings and ephemera previously belonging to the architect Charles Francis Annesley Voysey. Objects in the collection date from between around 1856 and 1962.
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