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Availability date: 07/06/2009
The original house was built in the 14th century, and was very different to the house that currently stands in Great Bookham, Surrey. Originally a regency house, it was remodelled by architects Charles Mewès and Arthur Davies, who were responsible for the Ritz Hotel in London. The house was used by the future King George VI and Queen Elizabeth as part of their honeymoon in 1923, and it was once the home of poet and playwright Richard Brinsley Sheriden. Today, it is owned by the National Trust and is a popular attraction and open air theatre during the summer.
This is a fine bone china mug and is part of the National Trust collection.