An accumulation of Victoriana on top of a cabinet on the first-floor gallery of Stradbally Hall, County Laois. More next week about this fascinating house, in which restrained 18th century classicism was subsequently encased within full-blown 19th century baronial extravagance.
Ask Tom to lead you through the history of the family in the area via the fantastic 1740’s panoramic painting in the billiard room.
Congratulations on your wonderful website.
Thanks for your kind comment Mairtin; visit again soon, lots more to discover yet.
Yes, I know the house well, thanks to Tom and Gesa letting me explore the place on several occasions.
what or who is in the boxing ring – mice or some other indigenous creature – Only the Irish.
I think they’re squirrels: there’s a similar, larger case in the entrance hall…