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Listed Building. Harold Ainsworth Peto (1854-1933) and Sir Ernest George (1839-1922). Location: 17A and 17-22 South Audley Street (including 35-35A South Street). According to volume 40 of The Survey of London, on South Street the building “has 1 storey wing stuccoed with blind arcade framing panels of Aesthetic-Japanese style ceramic tiles appropriate and original, as are the vases on the façade. The 3 storey 3 window wide stucco elevation beyond is a mid to late C.18 house incorporated at the time into Goode's premises.” (Quoted on the British Listed Buildings site).(1875-76, rebuilt in 1890-91).
Four circular bird panels on the South Street façade
Four vertical panels on the South Street façade incorporating motifs from
- T. Goode & Co including façade with original china vessels
- The Japanese Style, or the Cult of Japan
- Victorian Ceramics and Pottery: The Cult of Japan
Bradley, Simon, and Nikolaus Pevsner. London 6: Westminster. London: Penguin Books, 2003.
“No 17A and Nos 17 to 22 (consec) (Messrs Goode). (Including Nos 35-35A South Street) ,” British Listed Buildings. Web. 20 September 2011. [English Heritage Building ID: 201908; NGR: TQ2841080480]
Last modified 30 September 2012