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Moving Rooms: The Trade in Architectural Salvages

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Since at least Tudor times there have been architectural salvages: panelling, chimney pieces, doorways, or any fixtures and fittings might be removed from an old interior to be replaced by more fashionable ones. Not surprisingly a trade developed and architects, builders, masons, and sculptors sought out these salvages. By 1820 there was a growing profession of brokers an

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Hardcover, 240 pages
Published September 28th 2007 by Paul Mellon Centre BA
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