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IoE Number: 458136
Location: THE WHITE BUILDING, 6-12 FITZALAN SQUARE (west side)
Photographer: Mr David Clayton
Date Photographed: 03 March 2002
Date listed: 11 February 1992
Date of last amendment: 11 February 1992
Grade II

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SHEFFIELD SK3587SE FITZALAN SQUARE 784-1/25/320 (West side) 11/02/92 Nos.6-12 (even) The White Building GV II Offices and shops. c1908, with late C20 alterations. By Flockton & Gibbs, with relief panels by Tory Bros. White faience facing and dressings, with red granite plinth. Roof not visible. EXTERIOR: plinth, pilasters, third floor sillband, cornice and blocking course. 4 storeys plus a 5 storey cubic central block; 5 window range. Windows are mainly wooden cross casements. First floor has in each bay a cross casement French window flanked by single light windows with transoms, fronted by a wrought-iron balcony. French windows have enriched segmental pediments flanked by roundels. Second floor has in each bay a 2-light mullioned window flanked by single light windows, all with transoms. Moulded lintel band. Third floor has similar fenestration to the first floor, with swept pediments to the French windows. Central block, 3 windows, has similar fenestration to the second floor, with drip moulds to the central windows. Frieze with Adam style ornament, and moulded cornice. Arcaded ground floor has plain elliptical arches, the central one a recessed entrance, the outer ones with late C20 shopfronts. In the spandrels, low-relief panels illustrating silversmithing, cutlery making, and other Sheffield trades, with the monograms "W T F " and " A T H ". INTERIOR not inspected.

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