Description: Rectangular with flanged edging and a moulded frame; pictorial scene of the Marriage at Cana in an architectural setting; inscription along bottom edge.
Notes: The pattern-maker is believed to be Master Ronnung.
Inscription: HISTORIA VON DER HOCHZEIT ZV CANA IN GALILEA ...
- Decoration tags:
- rectangular (shape)
- flanged (edging)
- whole carved pattern
Manufactured: in the late 16th century possibly in the Harz area of Germany.
Current location: Victoria & Albert Museum, Cromwell Road, Kensington & Chelsea, Greater London, England.
Museum number: 319.1897 (part of the Victoria & Albert Museum museum group)
Citation: Dawson, C., 1903, 'Sussex Iron Work and Pottery', Sussex Archaeological Collections, 46, pp. 1-54.
Citation: Gardner, J. S., 1898, 'Iron Casting in the Weald', Archaeologia, 56, 1, pp. 133-164.
- Attached to series:
- Marriage at Cana stoveplates