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A rare survival, this extremely rare armorial carved oak newel post or finial of a lion sejant-erect supporting a coat of arms is supported on the remains of a slightly domed base, and the fierce face is particularly appealing.

Although the arms have not been traced to a specific family the same arms do appear in a stained glass window in Edenhall, Cumbria on the borders of the Lake district in the very north of English and date to the same period.

English c.1610


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