neoclassical fireplace in the Drawing Room at Kedleston Hall Kedleston Hall is a stately home in Derbyshire, England, owned by the National Trust. It is the seat of the Curzon family and was built from 1759-65 for Nathaniel Curzon, the first Baron Scarsdale. The main architect was Robert Adam, the famous exponent of neoclassicism. This picture shows the marble fireplace in the Drawing Room, with a pair of caryatids holding up the mantelpiece.
At one end of the drawing room, a Jean Royère sofa is grouped with Bonetti polished-steel side tables and a Charlotte Perriand bench with a cushion covered in an Edelman Leather cowhide. John was part of the design team for this listed London property.
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