England, Asbridge Park, Hertfordshire, picture gallery over the south cloister
Late 16th century
Pot metal; white glass with silver stain and enamel
67.2 x 41.9 (26 1/2 x 16 1/2)
Condition/replacements not noted
Provenance: Thomas and Drake, London; Mr. and Mrs. FitzEugene Dixon, Ronaele Manor, Elkins Park, Pa.
Bibliography: Eden (1927), 53-58, pl. 51.
Collection: Philadelphia Museum of Art (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Object/Accession: 69-226-1 Given by FitzEugene Dixon, Jr.
Arms: Quarterly of 6: 1 and 6 barry of ten argent and azure six escutcheons sable, three, two and one, each charged with a lion rampant argent (Cecil); 2 per pale gules and azure a lion rampant argent sustaining a tree eradicated vert (Winstone); 3 sable a plate between three towers triple towered ports open argent (Caerleon); 4 argent on a bend cotised gules three cinquefoils or (Heckington); 5 argent a chevron between three chess rooks ermines (Walcot), within a garter, ensigned with a coronet
Inscription: HONI SOIT QUI MAL Y PENSE
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