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Description: Fountain and Urns Approximately 90 Metres to West of Brodsworth Hall
Date Listed: 11 April 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 334454
OS Grid Reference: SE5049006992
OS Grid Coordinates: 450490, 406992
Latitude/Longitude: 53.5571, -1.2393
SE50NW BRODSWORTH BRODSWORTH HALL
5/33 Fountain and urns
90 metres to west
of Brodsworth Hall
Fountain and urns. 1866-67 for Charles Thellusson. Marble. Fountain and
octagonal pool set on axis of west front within formal"garden which has large
urns at each corner approximately 30 metres from fountain. Moulded ashlar
dwarf wall forms pool rim. Central fountain has moulded base and shaft decorated
with carved dolphins; 3 tiers in the form of scalloped shells; bird finial with
upthrust beak. Large freestanding urns have gadrooned bases and broad rims.
Account books cited by Girouard (p.876) note a consignment in 1867 of "..marble
steps and figures and Fountain vase in Pleasure grounds".
Mark Girouard, "Brodsworth Hall, Yorkshire", Country Life, Oct 10, 1963.
Listing NGR: SE5049006992
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Source: English Heritage
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