An extremely rare Edward III oak misericord 'corbel', circa 1350

An extremely rare Edward III oak misericord 'corbel', circa 1350

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2859

Carved with a coat of arms designed with two lion passants dexter and one lion rampant sinister, flanked by stiff-leaf acanthus palmettes. Probably an impalement of the le Strange and Fitzalan arms, likely representing the 1352 marriage of Mary Fitzalan (1325-1396), daughter of the then Earl of Arundel, to John le Strange (1332-1361), Baron Blackmere.

Provenance: possibly Fitzalan Chapel, Arundel Castle, Arundel, West Sussex.

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Dimensions:

Height 14.3 cm / 5 34"
Width 28 cm / 11 14"
Depth 12 cm / 4 34"