Rose Villa is a vision that looks so appealing it appears almost edible and at a little over 14″ x 9″ it’s size is endearing too. It’s architecture displays pointed arched windows to it’s towers with crenellated and para-petted turrets and pinnacles. It’s gables are surmounted with brass balls it’s towers with brass finials it’s portico embellished with barley- sugar pillars it’s balconies with roses – it really is a delight! Provenance: Formerly owned by Jane Denyer of Brinklow who was a Parlor-maid at Chatsworth house until 1920.
Circa 1860 Width 14.5″ Height 9.5″ Depth 5.5″ Price £ POA
Category: Antique folk Art