British Listed Buildings describes “pediment filled with figured relief of Britannia, presented with produce; putti, cornucopiae and swags, and plaque bearing Harrods' motto 'Omnia Omnibus Ubique' ('Everything for everybody, everywhere').” The site, which lists the considerable number of architects and contractors involved in the store's initial design and later expansions, mentions “pinky-buff terracotta facings” by Doulton,” but does not state that the ceramics firm created the pedimental bas relief. Photograph of the building's upper façade and dome. [Click on the image for a larger picture.]at Harrods, Brompton Road, SW3, London.
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“Harrods 87-135, Chelsea.” British Listed Buildings. Web. 20 July 2011.
Last modified 20 July 2011