Treasures of the Soane

Highlights from the collection of Sir John Soane's Museum. 

When using these images the credit line should read: 'By courtesy of the Trustees of Sir John Soane’s Museum' plus the appropriate credit (e.g. photographer) wherever given.

Cawdor Vase (front). Photograph: A.C. Cooper Ltd

Cawdor Vase (front). Photograph: A.C. Cooper Ltd

Cawdor Vase (back). Photograph: A.C. Cooper Ltd

Cawdor Vase (back). Photograph: A.C. Cooper Ltd

Egyptian Sarcophagus of Seti I (end view). Photograph: A.C. Cooper Ltd

Egyptian Sarcophagus of Seti I (end view). Photograph: A.C. Cooper Ltd

Egyptian Sarcophagus of Seti I (lit from within). Photograph: A.C. Cooper Ltd

Egyptian Sarcophagus of Seti I (lit from within). Photograph: A.C. Cooper Ltd

Study for 'Différentes vues de Pesto'..., Plate V. The interior of the Basilica, looking North, showing the pronaos, with the Temple of Neptune in the distance by Giovanni Battista Piranesi, c. 1777-1778

Study for 'Différentes vues de Pesto'..., Plate V. The interior of the Basilica, looking North, showing the pronaos, with the Temple of Neptune in the distance by Giovanni Battista Piranesi, c. 1777-1778

Cantonese Chair inlaid with the coat of arms of Sir Gregory Page of Wricklemarsh, 1721

Cantonese Chair inlaid with the coat of arms of Sir Gregory Page of Wricklemarsh, 1721

Plaster cast of the Apollo Belvedere, made for Lord Burlington in Italy c.1719.

Plaster cast of the Apollo Belvedere, made for Lord Burlington in Italy c.1719.

Cork model of the Temple of Zeus or Apollo, Paestum, attributed to Domenico Padiglione c. 1820 (to go on display in the restored Model Room on the second floor of No 13 Lincoln's Inn Fields when this opens to the public in 2016)

Cork model of the Temple of Zeus or Apollo, Paestum, attributed to Domenico Padiglione c. 1820 (to go on display in the restored Model Room on the second floor of No 13 Lincoln's Inn Fields when this opens to the public in 2016)

The Astronomical Clock by Zacharie-NIcholas-Amé-Joseph Raingo. c. 1820-1825. Formerly the property of the Duke of York.

The Astronomical Clock by Zacharie-NIcholas-Amé-Joseph Raingo. c. 1820-1825. Formerly the property of the Duke of York.

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