Description: Quasi-arched rectangular shape, semi-circular protrusions on top corners; cavetto-moulded edging; two mirrored scrolls inside arch; a phoenix in flames, its wings displayed and inverted.
Notes: A variant bears the date, 1650, and the initials, IM; a loop normally at the top is absent.
Copies of this fireback are known.
Current location: Ham House, Richmond, Surrey, England.
Museum number: NT/HAM/XX/300 (part of the National Trust museum group)