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Elegant Brass Rubbing of Medieval Girl, from The Round Church, Cambridge; 12th Century Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Built during Crusades

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An Elegant Brass Rubbing from 'The Round Church', Cambridge, UK, a 12th Century Monastery, called the 'Church of the Holy Sepulchre', built during the Crusades and occupied by a community of monks living under religious vows. The monastery has carvings of demons and Norman warriers on the walls.

Sir Thomas Peyton was born in Cambridgeshire (1417 - 1484), who was a member of royalty, nobility or the aristocracy in the British Isles.

This brass effigy is one of Sir Thomas Peyton's wives who is wearing an elegant, embroidered dress with her hands open, palms forward.

He was married three times to two, or possibly, three sisters: to a Grace Bernard (marriage date unknown), Margaret (Bernard) Peyton, married 1438 and Margaret (Francis) Peyton, married 1460, and between the three wives, gave Sir Thomas eight children.

There seems to be effigies of Sir Thomas and only two of his wives.

Professionaly framed with a Conservation UV glass. Frame and picture are in good condition, ready to hang.


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Frame: 42" x 25"
Image: 40" x 23"
An Elegant Brass Rubbing from 'The Round Church', Cambridge, UK, a 12th Century Monastery, called the 'Church of the Holy Sepulchre', built during the Crusades and occupied by a community of monks living under religious vows. The monastery has carvings of demons and Norman warriers on the walls.

Sir Thomas Peyton was born in Cambridgeshire (1417 - 1484), who was a member of royalty, nobility or the aristocracy in the British Isles.

This brass effigy is one of Sir Thomas Peyton's wives who is wearing an elegant, embroidered dress with her hands open, palms forward.

He was married three times to two, or possibly, three sisters: to a Grace Bernard (marriage date unknown), Margaret (Bernard) Peyton, married 1438 and Margaret (Francis) Peyton, married 1460, and between the three wives, gave Sir Thomas eight children.

There seems to be effigies of Sir Thomas and only two of his wives.

Professionaly framed with a Conservation UV glass. Frame and picture are in good condition, ready to hang.


Free Shipping to Canada and Contental United States.

Frame: 42" x 25"
Image: 40" x 23"

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DOMESTIC SHIPPING:
Normally, orders will be packed and mailed within 2 business days of receiving payment. Shipping will be to the address provided by the buyer unless otherwise specified through Etsy's 'convo' system. Please check to be sure shipping addresses are updated to ensure that packages are delivered to the right place. Parcel tracking numbers and estimated arrival dates are provided to customers as soon as items are shipped.

I typically use Canada Post First Class Mail.

SHIPPING UPGRADES:
If you are interested in shipping upgrades - including expedited shipping methods like, FedEx Express and FedEx 2Day - please convo me before purchase so the shipping cost can be adjusted accordingly.

INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING:
I am happy to provide a shipping quote for international buyers, as well as to those who live in Alaska and Hawaii. Please contact me with your location before ordering so I can determine shipping costs. Any listing/s you are interested in will be promptly updated with the applicable shipping destination and related costs.

Please be aware your country may charge additional customs fees, duty and/or import taxes, and that those charges are the responsibility of the buyer.

COMBINED SHIPPING:
If you are buying multiple items, please convo me and I will combine shipping when possible if payment is made for all items in one transaction and all items are sent to the same address.

Elegant Brass Rubbing of Medieval Girl, from The Round Church, Cambridge; 12th Century Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Built during Crusades

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