London, South Kensington
26 November 2003
A set of four twin branch brass wall lights
In the manner of Farraday & Co., circa 1914
The angular branches issuing from pierced square backplates with lunette crestings
24in. (61cm.) high, 9in. (22.9cm.) protrudence (4)
This and the following lot: Formerly, The Armitage Hall, The British and Foreign Blind Association, Great Portland Street, London W, Claude W.Ferrer architect.
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The Building News, March 20th 1914. The Armitage Hall room illustrated showing the present wall lights in situ. The page in the Building News notes ..opened by The King and Queen yesterday.
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