The Gothic Public House - Great Hampton Street, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham
Building on Great Hampton Street in the Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham. Seen from the end of Livery Street in the rain.
Grade II listed as The Gothic Public House, Birmingham
GREAT HAMPTON STREET
Nos 1, 1A, 1B
(The Gothic Public House)
SP 0687 NW 24/1
Acutely angled corner block with Great Hampton Row. Late 1870s polychrome brick
and stone dressed Ruskinian Gothic public house including 2 shops. Ground and
first floor windows of 2 triangular arched lights dressed by stiff leaf capped
shafts, quatrefoil panels to tympana. Serried range of second floor narrow sharply
pointed windows. Oriel to splayed corner over doorway. Roll moulded first floor
sill course, billet mould to second floor and to eaves with jointed polychrome
false collatron below. Steeply gabled dormers, large one to corner. Rising above
steeply pitched slate roof and axial to inner is an octagonal brick turret with
stone lancets and short slate spire crowned by gablets and leaded finial. Prominent
corner site looking down Constitution Hill.
Listing NGR: SP0642587867
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Source: English Heritage
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The building to the left of it is also Grade II listed.