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A rare whitewood pinwheel with an applied print of the Gateway, Old Buckhurst at Withyham, East Sussex. The reverse has an applied map of the Tunbridge Wells area and shows Withyham on the left.

Circa 1820.

The original house at Buckhurst was a Manor House with moated courtyard and was the home of the Sackville family from 1200. Thomas Sackville (1536-1608), who was created the 1st Earl of Dorset and was Lord Treasurer to Queen Elizabeth I, also acquired the Knole estate in Sevenoaks in the early 1600's. At this stage he moved to Knole, abandoning Buckhurst with only the Gateway remaining. Subsequently a new mansion was built at Buckhurst, which is also a view on later Tunbridge Ware.

Dimensions

Diameter 4.5cm


Stock number

W6097

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