Plaster conservation and repair of a Grade I listed stately home reminiscent of Inigo Jones.
St Giles House houses fine examples of 17th and 18th Century decorative plaster work throughout the main rooms. Exemplified in ceilings in the now restored dining rooms which were built in the 1650’s in a style suggestive of Inigo Jones.Download as PDF
St Giles House houses excellent examples of 17th and 18th Century decorative plasterwork throughout the main rooms. Exemplified in ceilings in the now restored dining rooms, built in the 1650’s in style suggestive of Inigo Jones. Decades of leaking roofs and dry rot had taken a significant toll. Once the infrastructure supporting the ceilings and walls were repaired Ellis, and Co commissioned Rene Rice and Lynn Humphreys to restore the plasterwork.
Restored plasterwork, joinery repairs and carved stonework by Ellis and Company artisans combine in the decorative White Room, Dining Room, Stone Hall to once again show off elegant and ornate interior decoration.