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|Arnrid Johnston Obelisk|
Ham II, CC BY-SA 4.0 , via Wikimedia Commons
The listing of the Arnrid Johnston obelisk describes it as the most significant surviving sculptural work by the Swedish born artist and specifically refers to a weathered inscription on the plinth of the obelisk which refers to the fact that Walden House was built on land given over by the Duke of Westminster. It really must have been very impressive when it was new judging by a photograph held in the archives of the V & A - it seems very apt that a Swedish born artist should be involved in this testament to Sir Robert's memory given that his first Knighthood was granted by the King of Sweden.