Price

£275.00

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A whitewood painted pincushion with ribbon suspension (replaced) and with an applied print of the Chapel of Ease at Worthing.

 The Chapel of Ease was built in 1812 for the benefit of worshippers, who hitherto had a journey of a mile and a quarter to church. The Chapel of Ease was separate from the main part of Worthing when it was first built and the town can be seen on the print in the distance. The church was designed by John Rebecca and built by Ambrose Cartwright with a distinctive Doric portico. it later became St Paul's Church and now is a cafe and art centre.

Circa 1815.

Dimensions

Diameter 5.5cm

Price

£275.00

Stock number

W6079

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