Description: Broken and fragmentary; canted quasi-rectangular shape, with sides inclined; twisted rope edging; top centre, date with initials below separated by a fleur-de-lys; seven fleurs-de-lys down each side, pints perpendicular to rope edging; a fleur beneath each initial, possibly other fleurs and another initial missing in between.
Notes: The fleurs-de-lys are of a distinctive form apparently unique to this series of firebacks.
Inscription: 1628 / S G
Current location: 31 Long Street, Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England.
Description: Canted quasi-rectangular shape with no edging; straight length of ?dowel placed parallel to top and to each side; square stamp with fillet edge and four diagonally quartered squares repeated five times, three rotated with sides 45 degrees to the vertical in top corners and slightly left of lower centre, and two, unrotated, repeated twice in bottom corners.
Notes: The square stamps may be pastry moulds.
Current location: Authentic Reclamation, Lymden Lane, Ticehurst, East Sussex, England.