English Manor Houses

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Spencer House
Harewood House
Burghley Treasure House
Kedleston Hall
Croome Court
Houghton Hall
Basildon Park
Syon Park
Chatsworth
Osterley Park
Chiswick House
Petworth
Firle Place
Blenheim Palace
Berrington Hall
Castle Howard
Witley Court
Lyme Park
Stanway
Waddesdon Manor
Hatfield House
Knole House
Stourhead
Kenwood
Hanbury Hall
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Spencer House

Spencer House ~ London

Marble Fireplace | Marble Columns | Marvelous Marble |

marvelous marble design supply exquisite architectural stone products and surfaces for luxury homes.

Spencer House ~ London ¿Quieres que te dotemos de superpoderes para decorar tu hogar con nuestra poderosa app? Visitanos,decora y conoce el precio al instante. www.youcandeco.com

United Blingdom - Classical Addiction Blog

When I heard Britain’s reference to itself because of all their Olympic gold medals, I thought it would be fun to post some great pictures...

Spencer House ~ London

Spencer House ~ London

Spencer House, London, England.

VERSAILLESADNESS

Spencer House, London, England. Instagram: Versaillesadness_

Building Spencer House (1756-66) John Spencer initially employed the Palladian architect John Vardy, a pupil of William Kent. Vardy was responsible for the external elevations of Spencer House and the …

Building Spencer House | Spencer House

Spencer House London, architect John Vardy, History London, London attraction ticket, Sundays in London

Entrance Hall: Spencer House, London - Google Search

Spencer House

One of my favorite sites in London is Spencer House, located in St. James. Built in the mid-eighteenth century for John, first Earl Spencer (yes, those Spencers), the house's first architect was John Vardy, a student of William Kent. It was Vardy who was responsible for the exterior of the home as well as some of the interior rooms, though unfortunately for him, he was later replaced as chief architect by James "Athenian" Stuart, a disciple of Greek architecture. Stuart's influence is seen…

Spencer House, London

Spencer House - Mlinaric, Henry and Zervudachi

Harewood House

Jelly extravaganza in Harewood House. There is an oval Belgrave jelly in the centre of the table

Macedoine and Other Eccentric Jellies

A Jelly made using a macedoine mould in my collection Perhaps the most singular culinary expression of the advance of the Industrial Revolution in Victorian Britain was the extraordinary popularity of mass-produced copper jelly moulds. By the middle of the nineteenth century the fashion for this kind of kitchen kit had accelerated into a gastronomic craze. This was the result of the convergence of two emerging phenomena - the availability of cheap factory made gelatine and the increasing use…

Harewood House: 18th Century Chinese Wallpaper

Harewood House: Neoclassical Excellence

'I would not exceed the limits of expense that I have always set myself. Let us do everything properly and well, mais pas trop.' - Edwin Lascelles to Robert Adam, c. 1765. When Edwin Lascelles started building Harewood House in 1759 he wanted nothing but the best for his new home. He employed the finest craftsmen of th

Lord Harewood's Sitting Room by Harewood House, via Flickr

Harewood House Interiors

Explore this photo album by Harewood House on Flickr!

Harewood House - Terrace Gardens designed by Sir Charles Barry were added in 1844. A magnificient bronze statue of Orpheus stands at the centre and looks out over the grounds of the estate.

Harewood House - Terrace Gardens and... © R J McNaughton

SE3144 :: Harewood House - Terrace Gardens and View of Grounds, near to Harewood, Leeds, Great Britain by R J McNaughton

Harewood House

Main Library

The Main Library at Harewood was known as the Saloon in the 18th century. The room is dominated by Sir Charles Barry's Victorian mahogany bookcases which feature brass trims and a marble chair…

Harewood House in Yorkshire - The State Dining Room is still used for private functions and diners.

State Dining Room

Barry’s changes to this room in the 1840’s are the most radical anywhere on the State Floor. He raised the ceiling and changed the shape of the room – Robert Adam’s original plans are in the…

Harewood House, England

Harewood House

The house reflected in one of the pools.

Harewood House: Hall Chair

Harewood House: Neoclassical Excellence

'I would not exceed the limits of expense that I have always set myself. Let us do everything properly and well, mais pas trop.' - Edwin Lascelles to Robert Adam, c. 1765. When Edwin Lascelles started building Harewood House in 1759 he wanted nothing but the best for his new home. He employed the finest craftsmen of th

Harewood House, Leeds

Harewood House, Leeds

Harewood House: Chippendale Chairs, Mirror and the Diana & Minerva Commode

Harewood House: Neoclassical Excellence

'I would not exceed the limits of expense that I have always set myself. Let us do everything properly and well, mais pas trop.' - Edwin Lascelles to Robert Adam, c. 1765. When Edwin Lascelles started building Harewood House in 1759 he wanted nothing but the best for his new home. He employed the finest craftsmen of th

Harewood House: Neoclassical Excellence

Harewood House: Neoclassical Excellence

'I would not exceed the limits of expense that I have always set myself. Let us do everything properly and well, mais pas trop.' - Edwin Lascelles to Robert Adam, c. 1765. When Edwin Lascelles started building Harewood House in 1759 he wanted nothing but the best for his new home. He employed the finest craftsmen of th

Burghley Treasure House

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Kedleston Hall

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Croome Court

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Houghton Hall

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Basildon Park

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Syon Park

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Chatsworth

Chatsworth House, Derbyshire.

Chatsworth House, Derbyshire.

Enfilade at Chatsworth

Enfilades and Lanternes

Enfilade at Chatsworth

Chatsworth House, UK

Chatsworth House, UK

Osterley Park

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Chiswick House

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Petworth

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Firle Place

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Blenheim Palace

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Berrington Hall

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Castle Howard

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Witley Court

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Lyme Park

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Stanway

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Waddesdon Manor

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Hatfield House

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Knole House

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Stourhead

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Kenwood

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Hanbury Hall

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Chatsworth House, Derbyshire.

Chatsworth House, Derbyshire.

Enfilade at Chatsworth

Enfilades and Lanternes

Enfilade at Chatsworth

Spencer House ~ London

Marble Fireplace | Marble Columns | Marvelous Marble |

marvelous marble design supply exquisite architectural stone products and surfaces for luxury homes.

Chatsworth House, UK

Chatsworth House, UK

Spencer House ~ London ¿Quieres que te dotemos de superpoderes para decorar tu hogar con nuestra poderosa app? Visitanos,decora y conoce el precio al instante. www.youcandeco.com

United Blingdom - Classical Addiction Blog

When I heard Britain’s reference to itself because of all their Olympic gold medals, I thought it would be fun to post some great pictures...

Devonshire House interiors

Devonshire House interiors

Spencer House ~ London

Spencer House ~ London

Devonshire House London from the gardens 1746

Devonshire House London from the gardens 1746

Devonshire House London from the drive, undated.

Devonshire House London from the drive, undated.

Spencer House, London, England.

VERSAILLESADNESS

Spencer House, London, England. Instagram: Versaillesadness_

Building Spencer House (1756-66) John Spencer initially employed the Palladian architect John Vardy, a pupil of William Kent. Vardy was responsible for the external elevations of Spencer House and the …

Building Spencer House | Spencer House

Spencer House London, architect John Vardy, History London, London attraction ticket, Sundays in London

Entrance Hall: Spencer House, London - Google Search

Spencer House

One of my favorite sites in London is Spencer House, located in St. James. Built in the mid-eighteenth century for John, first Earl Spencer (yes, those Spencers), the house's first architect was John Vardy, a student of William Kent. It was Vardy who was responsible for the exterior of the home as well as some of the interior rooms, though unfortunately for him, he was later replaced as chief architect by James "Athenian" Stuart, a disciple of Greek architecture. Stuart's influence is seen…

Jelly extravaganza in Harewood House. There is an oval Belgrave jelly in the centre of the table

Macedoine and Other Eccentric Jellies

A Jelly made using a macedoine mould in my collection Perhaps the most singular culinary expression of the advance of the Industrial Revolution in Victorian Britain was the extraordinary popularity of mass-produced copper jelly moulds. By the middle of the nineteenth century the fashion for this kind of kitchen kit had accelerated into a gastronomic craze. This was the result of the convergence of two emerging phenomena - the availability of cheap factory made gelatine and the increasing use…

Spencer House, London

Spencer House - Mlinaric, Henry and Zervudachi

Harewood House: 18th Century Chinese Wallpaper

Harewood House: Neoclassical Excellence

'I would not exceed the limits of expense that I have always set myself. Let us do everything properly and well, mais pas trop.' - Edwin Lascelles to Robert Adam, c. 1765. When Edwin Lascelles started building Harewood House in 1759 he wanted nothing but the best for his new home. He employed the finest craftsmen of th