Sir Edwin Lutyens, ‘Rare six beaded ‘Halo’ ceiling light, designed for Gledstone Hall, Skipton, North Yorkshire’, 1922-1926, Phillips

From a private collection, UK
56 cm (22 in.) drop, 32.6 cm (12 7/8 in.) diameter

Gledstone Hall- I West Riding, Yorkshire. The seat of Sir Amos Nelson', Country Life Journal, 13 April 1935, pp. 377, 378
A.S.G. Butler, The Domestic Architecture of Sir Edwin Lutyens, London, 1950, pls. 215-16
Christopher Hussey, The Life of Sir Edwin Lutyens: The Lutyens Memorial, London, 1950, p. 468, pl. 137
Hayward Gallery, Lutyens: The work of the English architect Sir Edwin Lutyens (1869-1944), London, 1981, p. 143
Jon Cornforth, The Search For A Style: Country Life and Architecture 1897-1935, London, 1988, p. 254
Elizabeth Wilhide, Sir Edwin Lutyens, Designing in the English Tradition, London, 2000, p. 174
Gavin Stamp, Edwin Lutyens' Country Houses: From the archives of Country Life, London, 2001, pp. 164, 165
David Watkin, The Classical Country House: From the archives of Country Life, 2010, p. 143

Gledstone Hall, Skipton, North Yorkshire