Relief

Novello's printing works - printing

Novello's printing works
Novello's printing works - printing

Erection date: 1898

Site: Novello's printing works (2 memorials)

W1, Hollen Street

These reliefs are high up, at either end of the building. Not really memorials so normally we would not have collected these lovely cherubs but already having the Novello family gave us an excuse.

This was built for the Novello printing works in 1898 and designed by Frank Loughborough Pearson (son of John Pearson), who just happened to be married to the daughter of the Novello chairman Alfred Littleton. See our Novello family page for other local addresses associated with them.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Novello's printing works - printing

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Novello family

Musicians, singers and music publishers. Occupied 69 Meard Street, 1834-1898....

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Novello's printing works - printing

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