. English ironwork of the XVIIth & XVIIIth centuries; an historical & analytical account of the development of exterior smithcraft. V:© ff^^ I. FIG. 140. the old bull, bruton, somerset. From a Draioing by e. guy dawber. few, like he of Plashey, being excellent. The West Countryis undoubtedly the richest, Wimborne possessing three andWareham a fourth, by the same hand, handsomely scrolled,three of them arched and drooping. In Somerset is a fine exampleto the Bull Inn at Bruton (Fig. 140) with a quadrant-shapedsupport and scrolled stays, and another at the Crozvn Inn.
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