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The Fitzroy chimneypiece was selected by the Georgian Group to replace a pair of chimneypieces lost from its headquarters in Fitzroy Square in central London.
Designed in 1775 for William Locke Esq., for 21 Portman Square, London, a property built by the Adam brothers three years earlier.
The Lutyens Pattern No.1
A re-working of the bolection with the raised moulding framing the aperture, carved in statuary marble.
The Soane Pattern III
A classic composition of perfect proportions, carved in statuary marble with a 'running' frieze of vertical stop flutes, bullseye corner blocks and panelled pilasters.
Designed in 1768 for the 5th Duke of Beaufort, for the dining room at 5 Grosvenor Square, London.
Designed in 1763 for Sir Edward Knatchbull, 7th Baronet, for the hall at Mersham-le-Hatch in Kent.
The Lutyens Pattern No.2
Lutyens re-imagined the bolection in many different forms.
The Lutyens Pattern No.3
One of Lutyens most unusual designs shown in statuary marble with inlaid Bruxelles Noir marble framing a central tablet and raised discs at the head of the jambs.
The Lutyens Pattern No.4
A simple architectural frame fabricated in statuary marble with a border of inlaid Verde Tinos.
The Lutyens Pattern No.5
A chimneypiece of classical form with detached columns terminating in ionic capitals shown in statuary marble with Dark Emperador columns and frieze.
Designed in 1765 for the 3rd Duke of Richmond for the drawing room at Goodwood, West Sussex.
Designed in 1777 for the 3rd Duke of Roxburghe for the library at Roxburghe House, Hanover Square, London.