Description: Arched rectangular shape; fluted pilasters supporting a lintel with nine evenly spaced flowers arranged horizontally; central standing female figure, holding a basket of flowers, a child upon her back, another child by her side, and a sheep to her left; on top, a symmetrical arrangement of an anchor, two paddles and two cornucopiae.
Notes: The figure would seem to represent Charity. One of a series with a distinctly Empire style.
Current location: Petworth House, Petworth, West Sussex, England.
Museum number: NT/PET/M/86 (part of the National Trust museum group)
- Attached to series:
- Miscellaneous pattern firebacks