Blue Floral Motif Jug – SOLD

Blue Floral Motif Jug – SOLD

Details: Blue and cream floral motif earthenware pitcher or jug. Transfer printed pattern features a pretty assortment of grasses and daisies. Bottom features blue anchor mark of British Anchor Pottery Company Ltd, of Longton, Staffordshire, and red 7. This piece has fine craquelure throughout. Maker: British Anchor Pottery Company Ltd Dimensions: 6 3/8" H X [...]

Upholstered Rattan Chairs – SOLD

Details: Beautiful texture upholstery on Rattan chairs. Seat cushions unattached. Lovely, sturdy construction. Perfect for adding a pop of color or boho touch to a round dining table! Dimensions: 24” wide x 22” deep x 35” tall Origin & Era: Unknown Condition: Good, minor wear consistent with age and use. Excellent joinery and craftsmanship. Price: [...]

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I love the Fan and Richmond's historic neighborhoods so much that I started a blog, and attended two graduate level Architectural History courses at VCU to learn more about them. At one time I proclaimed that I'd never move out of the Fan. It was home for life. Then life happened. Perhaps the results of [...]

A Significant Discovery on B. Henry Latrobe’s “Clifton”, Richmond, Virginia

A Significant Discovery on B. Henry Latrobe’s “Clifton”, Richmond, Virginia

Following my research on Richmond’s South Cathedral Place, I was assigned a topic that had led many previous researchers to dead end after dead end: a long-demolished Richmond structure attributed to our country’s first professionally trained architect and first Architect of the Capitol, B. Henry Latrobe. Latrobe could be considered an architectural historian’s ultimate celebrity [...]