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Tudor Rose

Photo credit: Glastonbury Abbey

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A triple rose carving, probably from the upper part of a wall. The stem of the rose runs below the flower. The carving was retrieved from a wall at Higher Wick Farm, Maidencroft Lane, Glastonbury, although clearly originated in the abbey.

Glastonbury Abbey



early 16th C


Doulting limestone


H 53 x W 49 x D 27 cm (E)

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Glastonbury Abbey

The Abbey Gatehouse, Magdalene Street, Glastonbury, Somerset BA6 9EL England

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