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Head of a Young Boy
Head of a Young Boy
Head of a Young Boy
Head of a Young Boy
Head of a Young Boy
Head of a Young Boy
Head of a Young Boy
Head of a Young Boy

Image credit: Elmbridge Museum

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The head of a young boy (cherubic face) wearing a brimmed hat turned up to the crown at each side. Broken off at the neck, this was originally from a fountain in High Pine Close Pond, Weybridge. This piece was gifted by Dr Gardner (1877–1951), who was a physician, archaeologist, local historian, and founder and Curator of Weybridge Museum.

Elmbridge Museum



Head of a Young Boy


18th C


fired clay & white limewash paint


H 14 x W 14 x D 13.5 cm

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gift from Dr Eric Gardner, 1948

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