THE FIGHTING COCKS PUBLIC HOUSE

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1220812

Date first listed: 08-Jul-1982

Statutory Address: THE FIGHTING COCKS PUBLIC HOUSE, ST MARY'S ROW B13

Map

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Location

Statutory Address: THE FIGHTING COCKS PUBLIC HOUSE, ST MARY'S ROW B13

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

District: Birmingham (Metropolitan Authority)

National Grid Reference: SP 07725 83237

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History

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Details

ST MARY'S ROW 1. 5104 Moseley B13 The Fighting Cocks Public House SP 08 SE 12/49 II 2. 1903 by T W F Newton and Cheatle. At a tangeht to Alcester Road on corner with King Edward Road. A large public house of 2 and 3 storeys ashlar faced to King Edward Road and with ashlar ground floor and red brick upper floors with stone dressings to St Mary's Row. Lofty octagonal ashlar corner tower with bell stage louvres alternating with clock faces to top stage, surmounted by ogee swept lead cupola-dome. Simplified Jacobean mullion transom fenestration with Arts and Crafts details. Shaped Dutch gables to St Mary's Row. Leaded light casements, with panes of stained glass to bar windows. Deep semi-circular hoods to doorways supported on consoles, that to corner tower with pilasters flanking doorway and painted relief coat of arms with name above in good gilded Arts and Crafts lettering. Clock faces have scrolled surrounds of strapwork derivation with small swept gables above breaking the capping cornice of the tower. Interior altered but retains good Arts and Crafts bar back and double faced clock supported by fighting cock all in fine quality wrought iron work.



Listing NGR: SP0772583237

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 217561

Legacy System: LBS

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