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image SM 30/2/81

Reference number

SM 30/2/81

Purpose

[91] Working drawing for the doors in the eating room, 21 October 1790

Aspect

Plan and laid-out elevations and section of panel over one of the doors

Scale

to a scale

Inscribed

Finishings to Eating Room, The Marquiss of Abercorn, This room is to be battened and / finished for papering // Vacuums left over all the doors / Architraves from one room / to the other, door, vacuum, sunk to / shew the / rough / wall (three times), sunk, beads round / these doors / like the others, center of circular room, blank door, The height of the window architraves / gives the heights of the finishings / to the other doors, NB The pannelling of the doors and / window shutters of this room are / to correspond with those of the / breakfast room and also the jaumb / linings, every thing else as per drawings / Octr 20th 1790, The width of / this architrave / is determined / by the space / between the door / jaumbs & the / front wall, Bead and flush panl, This pannel is to be of / bead and flush framing, The splays all round the windows to be equal, some dimensions given and calculations in pencil

Signed and dated

Albion Place Octr 21st 1790

Medium and dimensions

Pen and grey, pink and blue washes, pencil, on laid paper (674 x 555)

Hand

Soane Office, draughtsman
Soane office

Level

Drawing

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