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Terra cotta pieces from Schwab Mansion

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Terra cotta pieces from Schwab Mansion

The home was designed by an architect with only a

modest reputation, Maurice Hébert, as an eclectic

Beaux-Arts mixture of pink granite features that made

the Vanderbilt mansions on Fifth Avenue look cramped.

It combined details from three French Renaissance châteaux:

Chenonceau, the exterior staircase from Blois, and Azay-le-Rideau.

It took four years to build the home (1902-1906) at a cost of six million dollars.

Sold As A Complete Set! $700

 

$700