The Georgian House Kitchen. The massive fireplace has a spit, a rod on which large joints of meat such as ribs of beef and legs of lamb could be roasted. Pans resting on the fire or in the hearth on hot coals cooked the vegetables and sauces needed for the meal. Beside the fire is the bread oven, used for making pies and the many loaves of bread required daily.
I was recently engaged to refresh the Limestone tiled floor at a house in St. John’s Wood, which is a very affluent area and apparently has the 5th most expensive postcode in London so as you can imagine this was a very expensive floor. The client had requested an improvement condition of the Limestone tiles in the living room and a thorough clean, polishing and seal was required.