Description: Stove side plate; ovolo moulded edging; upper panel, pictorial scene of Jesus and the woman of Samaria (John: 4), with inscription below; lower panel, two circular frames, each with a figure, male to the right, female to the left, decorative scroll work between.
Notes: Stove plates were often used as firebacks once the stoves had been replaced by more efficient ones.
Inscription: VON DEN FREWLEIN VON SAMARIA IOHAN 4
- Decoration tags:
- rectangular (shape)
- flanged (edging)
- whole carved pattern
Manufactured: in the late 16th to early 17th century in the Eifel area of Germany.
Current location: Baddesley Clinton Hall, Knowle, Warwickshire, England.
(part of the National Trust museum group)
- Attached to series:
- Woman of Samaria stoveplates