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Queen Anne (1665–1714)
Queen Anne (1665–1714)
Queen Anne (1665–1714)
Queen Anne (1665–1714)
Queen Anne (1665–1714)
Queen Anne (1665–1714)
Queen Anne (1665–1714)
Queen Anne (1665–1714)
Queen Anne (1665–1714)

Photo credit: Mike Longhurst / Art UK

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A bright gilded figure of Queen Anne wearing an elaborate eighteenth-century embroidered dress, ermine cloak and crown, and holding an orb and sceptre. The figure is mounted on a stone shelf above the parapet of the first floor balcony at the front of Market Square House.

Date

1706

Medium

gilded metal

Measurements

H 150 x W 120 x D 110 cm (E)

Accession number

KT1_ML_S015

Acquisition method

commissioned by Town Chamberlain, Mr John Banford

Work type

Statue

Owner

Borough of Kingston

Custodian

Borough of Kingston

Work status

extant

Listing status

Grade II (England and Wales)

Access

not accessible


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Located at

Kingston Historic Market,

KT1 1JS

The statue now stands on the balcony of Market House, overlooking the historic marketplace.