Old Session House, London

The Old Session House

A London Landmark, restored to splendor.  The Old Session House opened in 1782 as the Nation’s largest courthouse, back then it was named Middlesex Sessions House.  The building saw hundreds of legal cases for over 70 years.

In the early 20th Century, the court was relocated, and the building was used to manufacture weighing machines. The building was then on a national list of buildings of special architectural and history interest in 1950 which it went into a period of decline for the next 30 years.

The Old Session house became a Grade II* listed building in 1994, The landmark was restored and we had the pleasure of providing custom made oil lamps from the last ornate drawings.

Please see below a few images of the custom-made items on this project.



If you have any requirements, please do not hesitate to contact our team:

Tel: 01577 864870

Email: lighting@jmoncrieff.co.uk