Victorian cast iron & glass conservatory
Set in the historic grounds of the Horniman Museum & Gardens SE23 London
This Victorian cast iron & glass conservatory was initially crafted in 1860 at Walter Mcfarlane’s Saracen Foundry in Glasgow for Frederick Horniman (explorer, philanthropist, founder of The Horniman Museum).
Restored and re-located to the Horniman gardens from the Horniman family home in Croydon in 1889, it is now a Grade ii listed building.
London SE23/ ©2009
Re Mounted Prints
Please note that the size stated pertains to the size of the mount not the image/print size:
28x20ins (70x50cms) mount with an 18x12ins (45x30cms) central image/print.
16x12ins (40x30cms) mount with a 9x6ins (22x15cms) central image/print.
The mount sizes are the same as the metric frame sizes you go on to purchase for your mounted prints - be they standard shelf selections from high stores or custom made from your local art framer.