Plate 10
Early-Georgian interiors: plastering and panelling

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F. H. W. Sheppard (General Editor)

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1977

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'Plate 10: Early-Georgian interiors: plastering and panelling', Survey of London: volume 39: The Grosvenor Estate in Mayfair, Part 1 (General History) (1977). URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=41866 Date accessed: 31 October 2014.


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Early-Georgian Interiors: Plastering and Panelling

a. No. 71 South Audley Street, dining-room (ground-floor back room) in 1933.


Early-Georgian interiors: plastering and panelling (a) No. 71 South Audley Street, ground-floor back room in 1933.

Plate 10a: Early-Georgian interiors: plastering and panelling (a) No. 71 South Audley Street, ground-floor back room in 1933.
No. 71 South Audley Street, dining-room (ground-floor back room) in 1933.

Thomas Skeat (bricklayer) lessee, 1736. Plasterwork of ceiling and walls probably by Edward Shepherd

b. Bourdon House, Davies Street, 'ante-dining-room' in 1909.


Early-Georgian interiors: plastering and panelling (a) No. 71 South Audley Street, ground-floor back room in 1933.

Plate 10b: Early-Georgian interiors: plastering and panelling (a) No. 71 South Audley Street, ground-floor back room in 1933.
Bourdon House, Davies Street, 'ante-dining-room' in 1909.

William Bourdon (esquire) sub-lessee, 1723. Panelled throughout in wood. Fireplace of later date