Tittensor - Fireplace from Manor House: water colour painting

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Description:'The Fireplace from the old Manor House at Tittensor as it now is in Tittensor Vicarage. The Duke of Sutherland had it placed there, as also the oak panelling (from the Manor) which replaced the original panelling.' Showing a Jacobean or late Tudor fire place. Drawn for the William Salt Library by E.H. Higham A.R.I.B.A.

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Donor ref:SV-X.26verso (45/9725)

Source: William Salt Library

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