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An oak bench

Maker:  Maker Unknown




An oak bench, the rectangular three-panel back carved with date 1603 and inscribed William & Sibilla Mildmay, with two portrait head roundels flanking a Nativity scene, the seat with hinged flap, the arms on baluster turned supports and panelled box case with square section feet, 57in. wide.

ID:  15014



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