In 2005 Alderman David Brewer the Lord Mayor of the City of London commissioned Tim to make a model of the front of the Mansion House.
The Mansion House is one of the grandest surviving Georgian town palaces in London.
The building of Mansion House was first considered after the Great Fire of London in 1666, but the first stone was not laid until 1739 Sir Crispin Gascoigne was the first Lord Mayor and took up residence in 1752.
The Mansion House is unique as the only purpose-built home of the Lord Mayor of the City of London, providing not only living and working space for the Lord Mayor and his household but also room for large ceremonial entertainments and banquets.
The model will be presented by The Lord Mayor to visiting dignitaries to The City of London as well as being used as a gift to his various hosts in his overseas travels in 2006.
There will only be 100 copies of the model made. The model is not for sale so if you wish to get your hands on one you need to organise a visit to see the Lord Mayor or invite him round to tea!!
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