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The corbel is carved with a head on the outer face, the lower section of which is broken away. The block to which this was originally attached has also been broken away, and replaced by a modern piece of stone. The head is carved with thick, wavy hair with a central parting, and with slightly slanting eyes. A modern block of stone is now attached to the corbel head, and the upper surface of the head is spalling.

Jedburgh Abbey



Corbel Head


15th C




H 21.2 x W 19.7 x D 48.3 cm

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on loan from Scottish Ministers

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Jedburgh Abbey

4/5 Abbey Bridgend, Jedburgh, Scottish Borders TD8 6JQ Scotland

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