England, Belhus House, Aveley, Essex
Pot metal; abraded red and blue
Diameter: 36.8 (14 1/2)
Condition/replacements not noted
Provenance: Thomas and Drake, London; Mr. and Mrs. FitzEugene Dixon, Ronaele Manor, Elkins Park, Pa.
Bibliography: Eden (1927), 48-50, pl. 43.
Collection: Philadelphia Museum of Art (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Arms : Quarterly: 1 gules a mule passant and a mullet in sinister chief within a bordure argent (Moyle); 2 gules a greyhound courant or between two bars argent charged with three martlets, two and one, in chief three plates (Mooles); 3 argent a saltire between four estoiles gules (Luccomb); 4 quarterly battelly counter-battelly argent and sable (Kayle of Cornwall), impaling; Quarterly: largent on a bend azure three stags’ heads caboshed or (Stanley) and or on a chief indented azure three plates or bezants (Lathom), quarterly; 2 or a chevron gules between three martlets sable (Stafford of Derby); 3 azure three bars or, in base three crosses crosslet fitchy or (? intended for Ardern); 4 azure three lions passant gardant or (? intended for Camville, Staffordshire)
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