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Unexecuted designs for interior decoration of a country house, Burley-on-the-Hill, Rutland, for the 8th Earl of Winchelsea: north wall of the drawing room with upper flap showing one of the three alternative designs for cresting of the overmantel mirror

RIBA97173
Bonomi, Joseph (1739-1808)
NOTES: Bonomi's designs are for a series of three rooms (drawing room, book room and saloon) disposed along the south front of the house, to the east of the dining room of circa 1770.

Unexecuted designs for interior decoration of a country house, Burley-on-the-Hill, Rutland, for the 8th Earl of Winchelsea: north wall of the drawing room with lower flap showing one of the three alternative designs for cresting of the overmantel mirror

RIBA97186
Bonomi, Joseph (1739-1808)
NOTES: Bonomi's designs are for a series of three rooms (drawing room, book room and saloon) disposed along the south front of the house, to the east of the dining room of circa 1770.

Unexecuted designs for interior decoration of a country house, Burley-on-the-Hill, Rutland, for the 8th Earl of Winchelsea: north wall of the drawing room with flaps lifted showing one of the three alternative designs for cresting of the overmantel mirror

RIBA97187
Bonomi, Joseph (1739-1808)
NOTES: Bonomi's designs are for a series of three rooms (drawing room, book room and saloon) disposed along the south front of the house, to the east of the dining room of circa 1770.

Designs for Coverwood House, Ewhurst, Surrey, for Michael Stephens Esq.: elevations and sketch perspectives of interior decoration for the 'Large Room' and the 'Dining Room'

RIBA97742
Horsley, Gerald Callcott (1862-1917)
NOTES: Michael Stephens, director of the company ÔÇÿStephenÔÇÖs InkÔÇÖ founded by his father, bought the Coverwood Estate from Hugh Fortescue Locke King, who was forced to put the estate up for sale in 1907 as his ambitious plan to build the motor racing track at Brooklands brought him almost to the point of bankruptcy. Stephens, married in 1908, commissioned Horsley to knock down the ÔÇÿshooting boxÔÇÖ built by the Locke KingÔÇÖs and erect a new house nearby.

Designs for Coverwood House, Ewhurst, Surrey, for Michael Stephens Esq.: design for marble and inlaid mahogany fireplace in the client's bedroom

RIBA97743
Horsley, Gerald Callcott (1862-1917)
NOTES: Michael Stephens, director of the company ÔÇÿStephenÔÇÖs InkÔÇÖ founded by his father, bought the Coverwood Estate from Hugh Fortescue Locke King, who was forced to put the estate up for sale in 1907 as his ambitious plan to build the motor racing track at Brooklands brought him almost to the point of bankruptcy. Stephens, married in 1908, commissioned Horsley to knock down the ÔÇÿshooting boxÔÇÖ built by the Locke KingÔÇÖs and erect a new house nearby.

Designs for Coverwood House, Ewhurst, Surrey, for Michael Stephens Esq.: design for the chimneypiece and surrounding panelling in the living room

RIBA97744
Horsley, Gerald Callcott (1862-1917)
NOTES: Michael Stephens, director of the company ÔÇÿStephenÔÇÖs InkÔÇÖ founded by his father, bought the Coverwood Estate from Hugh Fortescue Locke King, who was forced to put the estate up for sale in 1907 as his ambitious plan to build the motor racing track at Brooklands brought him almost to the point of bankruptcy. Stephens, married in 1908, commissioned Horsley to knock down the ÔÇÿshooting boxÔÇÖ built by the Locke KingÔÇÖs and erect a new house nearby.
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