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Pedestal

Pedestal

mid 1700s

Carved, gilded and painted wood

Overall: 116.9 x 108 cm (46 x 42 1/2 in.)

The Thomas L. Fawick Memorial Collection 1967.143

Description

The coat of arms on this pedestal is that of Cardinal York, the last of the Stuart pretenders to the British
throne. He lived out his years in Rome, where he had been made a cardinal of the Church.

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