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Details of the panelling from Sizergh Castle, Westmorland



Details of the panelling from Sizergh Castle, Westmorland

Second half of 16th Century. The panelling is of oak, and is inlaid with poplar and bog oak. A. Semi-Ionic capital and portion of the inlaid frieze B. Inlay beneath the arcaded panels. C. Treatment of another portion of the frieze. D. Small geometrically inlaid panel involving the fleur-de-lys. E, F, G. Three inlaid panels in the arcaded portion.



















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