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SM 51/7/3


Designs for a rosette and other mouldings


Detail, Section through one / of the side roses, Section through one / of the centre roses and Section through mouldings / in the centre full size; (verso) unidentified part plan


as above and (pencil) some dimensions given; (verso, pencil) dimensions given

Medium and dimensions

Pen and pencil on wove paper with one fold mark (228 x 339)


Soane Office
Possibly Charles Edward Papendiek (1801 - 1835)
Pupil January 1818 - March 1824.


J Whatman Turkey Mills 1819



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