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Banqueting Gallery

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Choose from 64 pictures in our Banqueting collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Sir Gawain and the Green Knight by William McLaren
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight by William McLaren
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Whitehall, with Holbein Gateway and Banqueting Hall
Whitehall, with Holbein Gateway and Banqueting Hall
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Seoul, Korea - Gyeonghoeru Pavilion, Gyeongbokgung Palace
Seoul, Korea - Gyeonghoeru Pavilion, Gyeongbokgung Palace
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Whitehall/Hollar 1647
Whitehall/Hollar 1647
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Feasting in the Middle Ages by Pauline Baynes
Feasting in the Middle Ages by Pauline Baynes
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The Army Education Corps centenary dinner
The Army Education Corps centenary dinner
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Haddon Hall - Interior
Haddon Hall - Interior
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Roman Soldier on Guard
Roman Soldier on Guard
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London/Whitehall/1906
London/Whitehall/1906
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Cranbrook Castle, Ilford
Cranbrook Castle, Ilford
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Royal Pavilion, Brighton - Banqueting Room - Mayor's Ball
Royal Pavilion, Brighton - Banqueting Room - Mayor's Ball
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The Banqueting House, Whitehall, London
The Banqueting House, Whitehall, London
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Cranbrook Castle, Ilford Featured Image

Cranbrook Castle, Ilford

Raymonds Folly (now gone). Charles Raymond (1713-88) made his fortune as a captain in the East India company. He retired to Essex, where he had a three-sided tower built in 1765, known as Ilford Castle or Cranbrook Castle, at a cost of £420. It was to be the family mausoleum but he and his wife, Sarah, were buried at Barking. It became known as Raymonds Folly but was probably a banqueting house. It was demolished in 1923 to make way for a tennis club. Date: circa 1910

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Designs for garden seats in parks or landscaped gardens
Designs for garden seats in parks or landscaped gardens
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The Biggest Banquet Scotland Ever Saw
The Biggest Banquet Scotland Ever Saw
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Banqueting Hall, Edinburgh Castle, Scotland
Banqueting Hall, Edinburgh Castle, Scotland
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Fireplace, Banqueting Hall, Edinburgh Castle, Scotland
Fireplace, Banqueting Hall, Edinburgh Castle, Scotland
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City Hall, Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, Canary Islands
City Hall, Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, Canary Islands
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Old Whitehall Palace
Old Whitehall Palace
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Ball at Harewood House, 1845
Ball at Harewood House, 1845
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Rajaji Hall (Banqueting Hall), Chennai, India
Rajaji Hall (Banqueting Hall), Chennai, India
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Public Exhibition, Winterhalter royal painting
Public Exhibition, Winterhalter royal painting
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London, England - Banqueting Hall
London, England - Banqueting Hall
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Banqueting Hall, Castle Shane, Ardglass
Banqueting Hall, Castle Shane, Ardglass
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Mounds of the Banqueting Hall, Hill of Tara
Mounds of the Banqueting Hall, Hill of Tara
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The Biggest Banquet Scotland Ever Saw Featured Image

The Biggest Banquet Scotland Ever Saw

Diagrammatic drawing giving an impression of the huge quantities of food and drink transported from London by the firm J. Lyons to Aberdeen to cater for a great banquet given by Lord Strathcona to 2,500 guests. As well as the food, 750 waiters, chefs, porters and cloak-room attendants were conveyed up to London by two special trains. Date: 1906

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Whitehall - War Office and the Banqueting House, London
Whitehall - War Office and the Banqueting House, London
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Lodge Park, Sherborne, Aldsworth, Gloucestershire
Lodge Park, Sherborne, Aldsworth, Gloucestershire
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The oak-panelled banqueting room at Kettner's
The oak-panelled banqueting room at Kettner's
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London/Whitehall/1700
London/Whitehall/1700
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New wing of the Baltic Exchange, London - Unique Moving Wall
New wing of the Baltic Exchange, London - Unique Moving Wall
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Banqueting Hall, Conway - Conwy Castle, Conwy
Banqueting Hall, Conway - Conwy Castle, Conwy
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Castle Banqueting Hall, Conway, Conwy
Castle Banqueting Hall, Conway, Conwy
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Christmas Feasting in the 14th century
Christmas Feasting in the 14th century
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Christmas Feasting in reign of Henry VIII
Christmas Feasting in reign of Henry VIII
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Bomb damage at the Guildhall, City of London, WW2
Bomb damage at the Guildhall, City of London, WW2
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Banqueting House
Banqueting House
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The Banqueting Hall, Crosby Hall, London, 1884
The Banqueting Hall, Crosby Hall, London, 1884
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Christmas Feasting in the 14th century Featured Image

Christmas Feasting in the 14th century

Artist's impression of a banquet of the 14th century. The tables were narrow and movable, consisting of boards resting on trestles. The host occupied the seat of honour while the rest of the company sat on benches. At each place were set a spoon and a roll of bread. Forks did not come into general use till the 16th century. People at with the fingers, or with a private knife carried in a sheath at a belt. Soup was served in porringers, one between two guests who dipped spoons in alternately. Wooden platters, round (or more often) square, did duty for plates. On each platter was a pile of stale bread for absorbing gravy. Drinking vessels were mostly glass but silver gilt goblets were used by persons of consequence. Pages waiting at table took the guests cups to the butler to be replenished. Date: 24 November 1930

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Haig Statue, Whitehall
Haig Statue, Whitehall
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A view of Whitehall showing the War Office
A view of Whitehall showing the War Office
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Kenilworth Castle - The Banqueting Chamber
Kenilworth Castle - The Banqueting Chamber
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Banqueting Hall, Kenilworth Castle, Warwickshire
Banqueting Hall, Kenilworth Castle, Warwickshire
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Banqueting Hill, Beaumaris Castle, Wales
Banqueting Hill, Beaumaris Castle, Wales
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Banqueting Hall in Wilhelmina, Cannstatt (i.e., Bad Cannstat
Banqueting Hall in Wilhelmina, Cannstatt (i.e., Bad Cannstat
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The Graphic Christmas Number front cover 1932
The Graphic Christmas Number front cover 1932
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Tudor House Museum
Tudor House Museum
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An Elizabethan Banquet by Pauline Baynes
An Elizabethan Banquet by Pauline Baynes
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Llywelyn Banqueting
Llywelyn Banqueting
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Stratford Place
Stratford Place
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Oxford Road
Oxford Road
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