A PAINTED AND GILT SILK HERALDIC BANNER
A PAINTED AND GILT SILK HERALDIC BANNER
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A PAINTED AND GILT SILK HERALDIC BANNER

LATE 18TH/ EARLY 19TH CENTURY

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A PAINTED AND GILT SILK HERALDIC BANNER
LATE 18TH/ EARLY 19TH CENTURY
Decorated with the arms of Trevor quartering Hill impaling Morres, for the Hon. Arthur Hill Trevor (1738-1770) and his wife the Hon. Letitia Morres, daughter of Hervey Morres, 1st Viscount Mountmorres and Lady Letitia Ponsonby, whom he married in 1769, on fluted walnut pole with brass 'spearhead' finial, textile fragile with historic conservation
The banner: 35 ½ x 47 in. (90 x 119 cm.)
The shaft: 108 ½ in. (276 cm.) long
Please note that 100% of the hammer proceeds from this auction will be paid to the Sandys Trust, registered charity number: 1168357, with the exception of limited deductions towards sale costs across the auction which cannot be accurately calculated at this time, capped at a total of £10,000.
Literature
A. Oswald, 'Ombersley Court, Worcestershire - I', Country Life, 2 January 1953, p. 34, pl. 2.

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