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Façade of No. 46–48
Façade of No. 46–48
Façade of No. 46–48
Façade of No. 46–48
Façade of No. 46–48
Façade of No. 46–48
Façade of No. 46–48
Façade of No. 46–48

Photo credit: Tracy Jenkins / Art UK

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This is a two-storeyed building whose decorated first floor has survived whilst the ground floor has been frequently altered by the addition of shops. The long band shows bunches of grapes framed by fleur de lys with the Bayning family coat of arms above set under a knight's helmet and the Tudor Rose supported by a lion and unicorn. The single-handed clock was added when there was a clockmaker in one of the shops. 

Date

1614–1648

Medium

pargetting

Measurements

H (?) x W 1600 x D (?) cm

Accession number

IP7_TJ_S114

Acquisition method

commissioned by Paul Bayning

Work type

Building

Work status

extant

Listing status

Grade II* (England and Wales)

Listing date

26/04/50

Access

at all times


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Located at

46–48 High Street, Hadleigh

IP7 5AL