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Designs for the complete interior remodelling of Garden Corner, 13 Chelsea Embankment, London, for E. J. Horniman: details of the fleur-de-lis in gilded wrought iron on the dining room chimneypiece

RIBA94281
Voysey, Charles Francis Annesley (1857-1941)
NOTES: Garden Corner is a semi-detached residence originally built 1879-1880 by Edward I'Anson Jr. For Horniman Voysey completely remodelled the interiors of the entire house including replacing the existing staircase and windows and lowering ceilings, as well as filling the house with furniture and fittings he designed.

Designs for the complete interior remodelling of Garden Corner, 13 Chelsea Embankment, London, for E. J. Horniman: details of the shutter for the round window in the dining room

RIBA94282
Voysey, Charles Francis Annesley (1857-1941)
NOTES: Garden Corner is a semi-detached residence originally built 1879-1880 by Edward I'Anson Jr. For Horniman Voysey completely remodelled the interiors of the entire house including replacing the existing staircase and windows and lowering ceilings, as well as filling the house with furniture and fittings he designed.

Designs for the complete interior remodelling of Garden Corner, 13 Chelsea Embankment, London, for E. J. Horniman: details of the shutter for the round window in the drawing room

RIBA94283
Voysey, Charles Francis Annesley (1857-1941)
NOTES: Garden Corner is a semi-detached residence originally built 1879-1880 by Edward I'Anson Jr. For Horniman Voysey completely remodelled the interiors of the entire house including replacing the existing staircase and windows and lowering ceilings, as well as filling the house with furniture and fittings he designed.

Design for a book binding including straps and bosses for a prayer book for Sir Alexander James Beresford Beresford Hope

RIBA94363
Burges, William (1827-1881)
NOTES: These designs are found in Burges's album of designs labelled 'Orfevrerie domestique'. The prayer book with this binding is in the National Museum of Wales (NMW A 51690) and described as "mounted in ivory and studded with silver-gilt Tudor rosettes with jewel-like enamelling. The central rosette is embellished with a fantastical beast and the others are personalized with the initials A H and I H. The binding has two clasps, each in the form of a stylized dragon with a shield bearing the Hope coat of arms and family motto."

Design for a brooch or pin in gold with pearls and enamel for the Rev. J. Tetley Rowe

RIBA94960
Voysey, Charles Francis Annesley (1857-1941)
NOTES: At this period John Tetley Rowe was Rector (1895-1907) of St Mary's Church, Chatham, and afterwards Archdeacon and Canon Residentiary of Rochester.

Design for mace and chain for the Mayor of Llanelly in silver partly gilt with enamel

RIBA94961
Voysey, Charles Francis Annesley (1857-1941)
NOTES: It does not appear that this design was executed.

Design for a repousse brass or copper tray: plan and section

RIBA94963
Voysey, Charles Francis Annesley (1857-1941)
NOTES: This drawing is dated circa 1917 because that is the year Voysey moved from 10 New Square, Lincoln's Inn (the crossed out address on the drawing) to 73 St James's Street (the inserted address). The Home Arts and Industries Association (HAIA) aimed to bring the Arts & Crafts Movement into the houses of Britain and the craft revival to thousands of mainly rural-based students. The association trained teachers in one of the 'old cottage crafts' and then when ready sent them out to start a class in the wider community. This Voysey design was prepared for the HAIA possibly with the intention to be used in their associated metalwork classes.

Design for a silver gilt covered salt cellar made for Dr H. Thursfield: plans, elevation and details

RIBA94964
Voysey, Charles Francis Annesley (1857-1941)
NOTES: See RIBA105370 for the completed salt cellar, made by Bainbridge Reynolds, which was made to be presented to the Royal College of Physicians in memory of the client's father, T. W. Thursfield.

Design for a solid silver flower vase for Rev. E. A. Voysey, almost as executed: plans and elevation

RIBA94965
Voysey, Charles Francis Annesley (1857-1941)
NOTES: See RIBA10537 for the completed silver flower vase, made by Bainbridge Reynolds, which was made for the designer's brother, Ellison Annesley Voysey.

Design for an electric table lamp, back of a bed, bracket for writing table in a window, copper jug, copper sponge basket and copper soap dish: details

RIBA94974
Voysey, Charles Francis Annesley (1857-1941)
NOTES: This drawing appears to be related to others of the same date which are known to be for Broadleys (now Windermere Motor Boat Club), Gillhead, near Cartmel Fell, Lake Windermere, designed for Arthur Currer Briggs.

Thomas Elsley Ltd catalogue of designs by C. F. A. Voysey, Architect: fireplace, grate and associated items

RIBA94975
Voysey, Charles Francis Annesley (1857-1941)
NOTES: This illustration from page 1 of the catalogue itemises the designs available; the sizes and prices of the items are found at the back of the catalogue.
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