Description: Canted rectangle; double fillet edging (top and sides); repeated 'X' stamp parallel to edging, horizontally across centre, and in two parallel lines from top to centre, dividing top half of plate into three sections; 'daisy' stamp approximately in middle of top left and right sections, repeated four times in triad in top middle section, and thrice along top of bottom section; small roundel stamp repeated 3-3-1 in top left section, and 3-1-3-1 in top right section; date split between top left and right sections; initials split in top centre section.
Notes: An arrangement with several elements likely to have been repeated on other firebacks.
Inscription: 16 D[reversed] B 81
- Decoration tags:
- canted rectangular (shape)
- double fillet (edging)
- carved stamps
Manufactured: in 1681 in the Forest of Dean area of England.
Current location: Westwood Manor, Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, England.
Museum number: 222490 (part of the National Trust museum group)
- Attached to series:
- Date & initials firebacks
- Newent area group
- Miscellaneous stamp firebacks