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Lion, Unicorn and Sea Emblem
Lion, Unicorn and Sea Emblem
Lion, Unicorn and Sea Emblem
Lion, Unicorn and Sea Emblem

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A high relief carving surrounding an oval window in pediment on west face of King William's Block. It depicts a winged lion on the left of the window and a unicorn on the right, with front legs and horn projecting further than other carving. Below the window are two stylised dolphins next to stylised foliage in the middle. There are four cherubs represent the four winds; two are in the corners of the arced pediment, blowing out with puffed cheeks, two face outwards above the window, and there other sea creatures and marine symbols.

Date

1701

Medium

Portland stone

Accession number

SE10_AS_S088

Work type

Relief

Owner

Royal Naval College

Custodian

Royal Naval College

Work status

extant

Listing status

Grade I (England and Wales)

Listing date

08/06/73

Access

at all times


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Located at

King William Walk,

SE10 8HU

Located on the façade of the King William building.