Description: Canted rectangle; twisted rope edging (top and sides); a shield bearing three bolts palewise with a molet (star) above the middle bolt, repeated five times, two above three.
Notes: Three bolts form the arms of several families, so identification of the arms is not possible without the associated colouring. The star is likely to be a mark of cadency, granted to a third son. Four rivets along the base may relate to earlier repair. The fireback was formerly at Chisenbury, Wiltshire.
Current location: Cothay Manor, Stawley, Somerset, England.
- Attached to series:
- Personal armorial firebacks