Hall chimneypiece at Rushbrooke Hall, Suffolk, England.  Late 16thC, demolished in 1962. Country Life Images: Pub Orig CL 17/10/1903. Image Number: 535180

Hall chimneypiece at Rushbrooke Hall, Suffolk, England. Late century, demolished in Country Life Images: Pub Orig CL

The home of Henri and Francoise Quinta, Perpignan, France

The home of Henri and Francoise Quinta, Perpignan, France. Image: Roger Moss ~ old world details

The Stone Hall, Houghton Hall, Norfolk    Architects: Colin Campbell and James Gibbs (1721-1731)    Photograph: A. E. Henson (1920)    Houghton Hall (1721-31) is one of the most important houses of its time. It is also one of the most intriguing: here the Baroque and Palladian combine to splendid effect...  More From...  http://a-l-ancien-regime.tumblr.com/post/21710000983/the-stone-hall-houghton-hall-norfolk

The Stone Hall, Houghton Hall, Norfolk Architects: Colin Campbell and James Gibbs Photograph: A. Henson Houghton Hall is one of the most important houses of its time.

Chicheley Hall, Chicheley, Buckinghamshire

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