East Wing Gallery (1st Floor)

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East Wing Gallery (1st Floor)

Post  Stephen Chesluk on Sun Jun 15, 2014 9:24 pm

Upon entering from the Main Foyer, one would be granted by a splendid art gallery. A large square room with forest green walls and pure silver edgings and moldings and a large statue of a half nude goddess holding a pitcher of water over one shoulder at the center of the marbled floor room. Portraits of the former Lord Xavier Ravencroft III are depicted upon either wall of the square room, while a red curtain drapes over a small art room on the opposite wall of the entrance doors. Beside this door less room is a solid oak door that is stained a deep cherry red color. Upon its face was a copper plate that read:

"East Wing Corridor"

The ceiling of this room was low, the water pitcher's mouth actually touched the black marbled ceiling.
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