Built by King John in 1204 in a pretty village at the head of the Beaulieu River in Hampshire, England. After the Dissolution of cathedrals, the Abbey fell into ruin with its stone walls being dismantled and used for the construction of coastal forts required by Henry V111. Only the foundation of what was the largest Cistercian abbey of the 13th century remains intact. The cloister has partly survived, along with the 13th century refectory, which has since been converted into a parish church. It’s staircase leading to what was the lector’s pulpit still stands. Eachof our horse brasses is handmade by a leading British foundry using only a first-run mix of ingot brass rich in copper for depth of colour and durability. It is then hand filed to remove any excess brass left from casting and hand polished to enhance the natural beauty of quality brass. Measurement Approximately 3.75″ in diameter. www.
Horse Brass: Beaulieu House
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Horse Brass: Beaulieu House.
Made by ARMAC Brassworks, Birmingham, England.
Individually hand-cast using the finest quality British brass.
Hand-filed and hand-polished after casting.
New. We purchased directly from ARMAC.
ARMAC Brassworks has been producing quality brassware for more than 75 years. Cast using a pure first-run ingot brass mix rich in copper for superior colour and durability. Hand finished at the foundry.
|Dimensions||3.50 × 3.00 × .16 in|