Devoted to the unexpected details that help to make life in the city worth living
Sunday, 18 January 2009
Fishmongers Hall, London Bridge EC4
It's not often my twin obsessions with architecture and boats combine, but Fishmongers Hall is one of those points with its merfolk supporters in the armorial bearings in stone on the facade. They were carved in 1831 by masons employed by the contractors, the ubiquitous Cubitt brothers. There is a post about it at rowingforpleasure.blogspot.com.