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The Dog Gate
The Dog Gate
The Dog Gate
The Dog Gate
The Dog Gate
The Dog Gate
The Dog Gate
The Dog Gate

Photo credit: Mike Longhurst / Art UK

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A monumental gateway ornamented with a coat of arms and heraldic beasts to what was originally Garbrand Hall, now Bourne Hall. The arms incorporate those of Barritt and of Garbrand families, having intermarried. The Talbot Hound which crowns the gateway is part of the Barritt arms and is said to portray a hound which saved a member of the family from drowning. It is flanked by two griffons.

Date

c.1800

Medium

stone

Measurements

H 120 x W 140 x D 30 cm (E);
Plinth: H 860 x W 900 x D 90 cm (E)

Accession number

KT17_ML_S024

Acquisition method

built by owner of original hall as a gate

Work type

Gateway

Owner

Surrey County Council

Custodian

Surrey County Council

Work status

extant

Listing status

Grade II (England and Wales)

Access

at all times


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Located at

Spring Street, Ewell

KT17 1UF

Located at the south eastern edge of Bourne Hall Park.