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Pieced Fanlight above Entrance to Strangers' Hall and Framing Bracket with Lion and Unicorn
Pieced Fanlight above Entrance to Strangers' Hall and Framing Bracket with Lion and Unicorn
Pieced Fanlight above Entrance to Strangers' Hall and Framing Bracket with Lion and Unicorn
Pieced Fanlight above Entrance to Strangers' Hall and Framing Bracket with Lion and Unicorn

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The pierced fanlight consists of a central cartouche with an illegible coat of arms framed by two grotesque spiralling heads on each side.

Date

c.1620 

Medium

wood

Measurements

H 120 x W 160 x D (?) cm

Accession number

NR2_RHT_S241

Acquisition method

possibly commissioned by Francis Cock

Work type

Coat of arms

Custodian

Norfolk Museums and Archaeology Service 

Work status

extant

Listing status

Grade I (England and Wales)

Listing date

26/02/54

Access

time restrictions apply


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Located at

Charing Cross, Norwich

NR2 4AY

Located above the entrance to Stanger's Hall Museum.