the triangular pediment with dentil mouldings above the rusticated cushion moulded frieze centred by a keystone in Coade Stone modelled in relief with a female mask, the jambs constructed with alternating rusticated quoins,
the arched top with scrollwork carved in deep relief centred by a cartouche with 'J.L.W' monogramme,
the cornice on cushion moulded frieze centred by tripartite keystone, above the ogee and step moulded aperture, the jambs on block feet.
£5,800 in plaster
depicting St. George and the Vulture within a rope border, this plaque originally overlooked Gracechurch Street,
the relief carved Royal crown above Tudor Rose inside an arching rope border on block feet, originally part of the frieze that overlooked Lombard Street,
the relief carved heads of The Three Kings, respectively facing forward, to sinister and dexter, framed in a knotted rope, with a royal orb to the left and a star to the right. This tablet was originally part of the frieze that overlooked Lombard Street,
the relief carved bell with cruciform decoration, both suspended from, and framed by a rope border; this plaque originally overlooked Gracechurch Street,