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The Great Parlour at Baddesley Clinton, West Midlands

The Great Parlour at Baddesley Clinton, West Midlands
3 0 c m
40cm
actual image size: 32cm x 21cm

Description

The Great Parlour at Baddesley Clinton, West Midlands. This is an early seventeenth century room, created by Edward Ferrers in 1633 with a large mullioned and transomed window, a barrel ceiling and wooden panelling. The portrait over the fireplace is MARGARET ROPER (1505-44), the daughter of Sir Thomas More. The reed matting covering the floor is a modern copy of a seventeenth-century floor covering.

Image Details

Property Name
 
Baddesley Clinton
NTPL Ref. No.
 
163356
Region
 
West Midlands

©NTPL/Nadia Mackenzie

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