KENSINGTON PALACETHE QUEENS DORWAY (single doorway model)The Queen's Doorway, designed by Sir Christopher Wren, leads from the Royal Apartments to the private Gardens of King William and Queen Mary. The initials WM (for William and Mary) are shown above the doorway on the central shield or cartouche.
This style of work is to be found in North America on the early British houses, for example, in Boston and also in Colonial Williamsburg.
The models marked on the side not only with the split temple logo but also with the HRP mark that is the logo of The Historic Royal Palaces group. Only a select group of designers, who have been directly commissioned, are allowed to use this stamp. Weight: 3.8 kg - Dimensions: 6w x 8.5h x 2dThe entrance to any building immediately sets the scene for what is to be found inside and the doorway models from Timothy Richards of Bath focus on these iconic elements of the building. They make a striking focus on any mantelpiece, occasional table or bookcase and make a memorable gift for all occasions.