A George III cast iron decorative panel,

one of a series, c.1806, removed from The Asylum for Deaf and Dumb Children, Old Kent Road (dem. 1868).

£780.00 each

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each panel cast with repeating pierced anthemia, old paint,

Dimensions: 177cm (69¾") High, 30cm (11¾") Wide

This series of bold and highly decorative cast iron panels formed the sides to Georgian gate posts of The Asylum for Deaf & Dumb Children, Old Kent Road. The Asylum was built to the designs of Thomas Swithin c.1806. The railings survived the demolition of the Asylum in 1806 and were a notable landmark on the Old Kent Road until 1970. Click on the LASSCO Blog link to see more about their history.
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