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Plate 17: Mid-Georgian chimneypieces

Survey of London: Volume 39, the Grosvenor Estate in Mayfair, Part 1 (General History). Originally published by London County Council, London, 1977.

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Mid-Georgian Chimneypieces

a. No. 19 Grosvenor Square, design by Robert Adam for chimneypiece in gallery, 1764

Figure 17a:

Mid-Georgian chimneypieces

No. 19 Grosvenor Square, design by Robert Adam for chimneypiece in gallery, 1764

b. No. 19 Grosvenor Square, chimneypiece by Robert Adam in gallery in 1919.

Figure 17b:

Mid-Georgian chimneypieces

No. 19 Grosvenor Square, chimneypiece by Robert Adam in gallery in 1919.

Demolished

c. No. 38 Grosvenor Square, chimneypiece in front drawing-room in 1953.

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Mid-Georgian chimneypieces

No. 38 Grosvenor Square, chimneypiece in front drawing-room in 1953.

Architect and carver unknown

d. No. 6 Upper Brook Street, chimneypiece in drawing-room in 1902.

Figure 17d:

Mid-Georgian chimneypieces

No. 6 Upper Brook Street, chimneypiece in drawing-room in 1902.

Samuel Wyatt, architect, 1787-9. Demolished