Plate 146: Ceilings

Survey of London: Volumes 31 and 32, St James Westminster, Part 2. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1963.

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Ceilings

a. No. 29 Sackville Street, first-floor front room: design by Robert Adam, 1770 (p. 360)

Figure 146a:

Ceilings

No. 29 Sackville Street, first-floor front room: design by Robert Adam, 1770 (p. 360)

b. No. 12 Sackville Street, first-floor front room, 1732–3, in 1957 (p. 354).

Figure 146b:

Ceilings

No. 12 Sackville Street, first-floor front room, 1732–3, in 1957 (p. 354).

Demolished

c. No. 6 Golden Square, ground-floor front room, 1780, in 1961 (p. 148)

Figure 146c:

Ceilings

No. 6 Golden Square, ground-floor front room, 1780, in 1961 (p. 148)

d. No. 11 Golden Square, first-floor front room, 1778, in 1961 (p. 150)

Figure 146d:

Ceilings

No. 11 Golden Square, first-floor front room, 1778, in 1961 (p. 150)