Description: Low arched central panel with fillet edging; on a square frame in perspective, a small gadrooned pot with flowers, including daffodils and tulips, issuing from it; narrow fillet border of same shape, around top and sides, containing a repeated chain and tassel design; wide outer border with quasi-symmetrical, wave-shaped top, swirled floral design of hare bells and tendrils; inscription at bottom.
Notes: In the museum guide of 1912, this fireback was said to have come out of an old house at Arran Quay, Dublin.
Inscription: IP 1737
Current location: National Museum of Ireland, Benurb Street, Dublin, Dublin, Ireland.
Museum number: NMIDM:1910.564 (part of the National Museum of Ireland museum group)
- Attached to series:
- British 'Dutch' style firebacks
Description: Arched rectangular shape; cavetto moulding (top and sides); date in top corners; shield, supporters, coronet and motto of the Barony of Bergavenny.
Notes: The arms are those of William Nevill, 16th Baron Bergavenny, of Kidbrooke Park, Forest Row, Sussex; the arms have been modified by the omission of the motto below the compartment.
Inscription: 17 37
Arms: William Nevill, 16th Baron Bergavenny
Current location: in private hands, Greenham, Somerset, England.