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WM Ref: 53509 Address: Former Prudential Assurance Company building., Waterhouse Square, High Holborn, Holborn, Camden, Greater London, EC1N 2ST, England
Two nowy headed plaques surmounted by sculpted figures of knights in armour. The knights carry a standard and wreath each in their left hand and rest their right hand upon a shield. The names are inscibed in raised lettering in five columns on both...
WM Ref: 58031 Address: Green Room Club, 8-9 John Adam Street, City Of Westminster, Greater London, WC2, England
Nowy-headed plaque. Semi-naked female figure at centre in robed dress with arms outstretched to either side, each hand holding a down-turned sword. Cross with wreath visible behind arms and head of figure. Robes draped over each arm form two panels for...
WM Ref: 13127 Address: Near to the Chapels, Gorton Cemetery, Alvaston Road, Gorton, Manchester, Greater Manchester, England
Square stone pillar with bronze relief sculpture of a bare chested female representing the figure of Peace, holding a lion cub under her right arm and a wreath in her left hand, surmounting a shield. Sculpted recumbant leopards in relief at the foot of...
WM Ref: 1616 Address: Roadside roundabout, The Leas, Folkestone, Shepway, Kent, CT20 1TH, England
Motherhood figure on rectangular base. Right hand holds victory laurel, left holds cross attached to shaft with union jack at half mast. The figure symbolizes brotherhood and reverence and looks over the Channel towards the battlefields of France and...
WM Ref: 2097 Address: Former Prudential Assurance Buildings. North East corner of Courtyard, Waterhouse Square, High Holborn, Holborn, Camden, Greater London, EC1N 2ST, England
Two life sized winged female figures cradling a dying soldier, representing a clerk of the establishment. Four half draped figures of women representing the three services and national service stand at the corners of a square pedestal. Two small bas...
WM Ref: 2205 Address: TRINITY ST AND MARKET ST BRIDGEHEAD OVER THE RIVER TAME., Trinity St, Stalybridge, Tameside, Greater Manchester, England
Bridgehead comprised of two crescent walls at either side of Trinity Street, leading to Victoria Bridge over the River Tame. Two pedestals, each 10ft high, flank the bridge entrance surmounted by a sculpted group. Each pedistal bears an 8ft high...