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Winged lion, perhaps used as a bracket. The crouching animal turns its head to its right, the eyes rounded and protruding, the mouth gaping, and the damaged pointed tongue running in prominent relief onto the mane on the neck. One ear survives, part of the mane appears behind the neck, and above a lost foreleg an acanthus-like wing goes up to the cornice. At the back is a tail. Above the animal are a damaged roof with a moulded cornice and a platform as on BM 1914.0502.4.
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Diameter: 22.50 centimetres
Height: 9.30 centimetres
Width: 7 centimetres
- Not on display
- 1.Grey schist, sliced and chipped.
2.Top flat and smooth with mason's lines crossing above lion's head; one side and end appear sawn or smoothed down at a slant; bottom flat and smooth and carved.
3.Vertical, almost rectangular groove behind lion for slotting at right angles.
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- Acquisition notes
- Purchased from Lieutenant-Colonel F. G. L. Mainwaring.
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