Sir Edwin Lutyens Pelmets from Papillon Hall, England

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Material Mahogany
Width (cm) 187.00
Depth (cm) 22.00
Height (cm) 16.00
Product Code ‌ET03523a

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A rare opportunity to own a piece of furniture designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens. This pair of pelmets were designed by Lutyens for the billiard room of Papillon Hall in 1903. Of simple linear form, made from carved and lacquered mahogany. The house was demolished in 1951 and these pelmets have been privately owned ever since, after being rescued from the room, for which they were made. The 17th century Papillon Hall was remodelled by Lutyens in 1903 along the lines of Chesters, a house Lutyens admired. Papillon had three principle wings, the salon, the dining room and the billiard room. Attached is Lutyens plan for the house, with the ‘Own’ Room, being in fact the Billiard Room. Country Life have kindly let use images from their archive of the house before it was demolished.

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