12 April 2018
TWO REPOUSSE BRASS CIRCULAR LOG BINS
The sides with imagined heraldic devices
The larger: 80 ½ in. (47 cm.) high; 22 ¼ in. (56.5 cm.) diameter
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M. Girouard, ‘Faringdon House, Berkshire - I, The Home of Mr. Robert Heber-Percy.’, Country Life, 12 May 1966, p. 1187., illustrated in the entrance hall.
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