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Antique Bolection – 19323

The deeply cut bolection moulded frame rests 0n plain plinth blocks. Made from richly coloured and rare Irish Connemara marble. 

Circa 1908

 

Provenance: Redcot House, Liverpool

Redcot House was described by ‘Country Life’ magazine in the early 1920’s as a ‘Lesser Country House’ and featured in Pevsner’s Architectural Guides of Great Britain.

It was built and owned in 1908 by the renowned Liverpool architect, Frank Atkinson, who only a year earlier in 1907 was the architect who helped in the design of Selfridges in London. Atkinson also designed the imposing Adelphi Hotel in Liverpool in 1912, declared upon its opening as “…the world’s most palatial hotel”.

 

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Measurements:

Width: 56" (1422mm)

Height: 45" (1143mm)

Depth: 4" (102mm)

Internal Measurements:

Width: 42" (1067mm)

Height: 38" (965mm)

Price: £SOLD

Product Code: 19323

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Antique Bolection – 19323

Antique Bolection – 19323

Product Code: 19323

The deeply cut bolection moulded frame rests 0n plain plinth blocks. Made from richly coloured and rare Irish Connemara marble. 

Circa 1908

 

Provenance: Redcot House, Liverpool

Redcot House was described by ‘Country Life’ magazine in the early 1920’s as a ‘Lesser Country House’ and featured in Pevsner’s Architectural Guides of Great Britain.

It was built and owned in 1908 by the renowned Liverpool architect, Frank Atkinson, who only a year earlier in 1907 was the architect who helped in the design of Selfridges in London. Atkinson also designed the imposing Adelphi Hotel in Liverpool in 1912, declared upon its opening as “…the world’s most palatial hotel”.

 

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