Chisel & Mouse - The Town House Arundel Model


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Architect: W. Heveningham
Year: 1800's
Style: Regency
Location: Arundel, England
Material: Plaster, metal etching

Dimensions: 27cm high, 13cm wide, 7cm deep 2kg approximately.


The Town House Restaurant with rooms is a splendid Regency building situated in a commanding high street position overlooking Arundel Castle. It is just a few minutes walk from a plethora of antique shops and historic sites in the beautiful Georgian town of Arundel.

Stunning architecture and elegant en-suite bedrooms set this delightful bed and breakfast establishment apart.

The Town House is a grade II listed building erected around the 1800s. However the ceiling in the dining room is much older. Originally constructed and installed in Florence, Italy in the late 16th century. It is a beautiful example of late renaissance architecture. The panels and designs are actually carved from walnut and then gilded to give the special appearance typical of the period. Plaster copies were taken to create the arch over the bar in the 1950s.

Address: High Street, Amberley, Arundel, West Sussex, BN18 9AJ, England

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