Middleton Hall Case Study

Middleton Hall Case Study

Middleton Hall, Carmarthenshire by Lowri Ann Rees   Please note that this case study was first published on blogs.ucl.ac.uk/eicah in June 2014. The case study…

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Aberglasney Case Study

Aberglasney Case Study

Aberglasney, Carmarthenshire by Lowri Ann Rees Please note that this case study was first published on blogs.ucl.ac.uk/eicah in June 2014. The case study was last…

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‘Chinese’ Staircases Case Study: Bibliography

‘Chinese’ Staircases Case Study: Bibliography

Bibliography Ayres, J. Domestic Interiors: The British Tradition 1500 – 1850 (New Haven, Connecticut; London: Yale University Press, 2003) Barnwell, R. and Suggett, R. Y…

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‘Chinese’ Staircase Case Study: Conclusion

‘Chinese’ Staircase Case Study: Conclusion

Conclusion: The East India Company and ‘Chinese’ Staircases Each of the unique staircases examined in this case study appears in a wealthy household in north-west…

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‘Chinese’ Staircase Case Study: The ‘China Craze’

‘Chinese’ Staircase Case Study: The ‘China Craze’

The ‘China Craze’ From the start of this case study the staircases under consideration have been identified as having a ‘Chinese’ or ‘Chinese Chippendale’ design….

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‘Chinese’ Staircases Case Study: A Local Style

‘Chinese’ Staircases Case Study: A Local Style

A Local Style If we accept the observations and conclusions of the Royal Commission’s field investigators then all three of these staircases were installed in…

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‘Chinese’ Staircases Case Study: Three Examples

‘Chinese’ Staircases Case Study: Three Examples

Three Examples This section of the case study focuses on three ‘Chinese’ staircases in north-west Wales: Tan-yr-Allt in Bangor, Caernarvonshire; Bishopsgate House in Beaumaris, Anglesey;…

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‘Chinese’ Staircases in North-West Wales Case Study

‘Chinese’ Staircases in North-West Wales Case Study

  Partly After the Chinese Manner: ‘Chinese’ Staircases in North-West Wales By Rachael Barnwell Please note that this case study was first published on blogs.ucl.ac.uk/eicah…

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