Chatsworth House

Chatsworth House is the residence of the Duke of Devonshire. Completed in 1708, this Derbyshire Grade 1 listed residence is one of the finest royal homes in England. In 2008, an extensive restoration project was undertaken. David was the lead stone mason on this ten-month project, which included:

  • Coordinate with Conservation Architects and Estate Management
  • Full re-point of the front façade
  • Full restoration of the Devonshire Coat of Arms
  • Replacement of colonnade blocks
  • Extensive restoration of heavily enriched cornice and string course
  • Removal and restoration of urns on the front façade, including gold leafing
  • Repair and rebuild of sections of the boundary retaining wall

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