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An English oak panelled room

In the Jacobean style, probably early 20th Century, removed from a London townhouse

£6,000

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An English oak panelled room

In the Jacobean style, probably early 20th Century, removed from a London townhouse

the rectangular panels with fluted styles incorporating an entrance door, a fireplace with integral cupboard door and a window seat,

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Dimensions: 207cm (81½") High, 1409cm (554¾") The Run, The run is therefore 14.09m (46.2feet), plus the door.
Stock code: 41915
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The principle panels measure 207cm high. Widths of the eight principle panels as follows:

360 + 380 + 36 + 36 + 74 + 84 + 71 + 102 = 1143cm Plus the fireplace wall incorporating a stone fireplace and an integral cupboard at a total of 266cm wide

Giving a run of 14.09m plus an entrance door at 183cm high, 75cm wide, (and a window box seat).

This is a very useful run of panelling - wonderful to get in decent swathes and of a good quality. The room is known to have been installed in the Brook Green house by Crowthers of Syon Lodge - doyens of architectural salvage - as the house was owned and occupied by Duke Crowther.

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