Sir Henry Doulton Mausoleum. West Norwood (South Metropolitan) Cemetery and Crematorium, London. Listed Building. The well-known architects Ernest George and Harold Peto designed the tomb of the founder of Doulton's, manufacturers of pottery and tiles. [Click on these images and those below to enlarge them.]

Bas reliefs on the tomb

Left: A King Middle: The Lamp of God Right: A Queen (or the Virgin mary)

Left: An angel sounding a trumpet at the Last Judgment. Middle: Plaque proclaiming “Family Vault of Sir Henry Doulton.” Right: Three angels.

Two angels and a bishop.

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