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Sundial Plinths
Linford
Sundial Plinth
c.1670. The original of this large
sundial was made for the garden
of Great Linford Manor. It is a
very fine example of the period
and is mentioned in History and
Antiquities of the Newport Pagnell
Hundreds. In a description of the
Manor House, it states ‘On the
lawn, on the West Front stands
the ancient sundial’.
Works well with 5 piece CW120
Chilstone wheel.
Dimensions
Height: 127.0cm (50ins)
Top diameter: 44.5cm (17½ ins)
Widest diameter: 44.5cm (17½ ins)
Square base: 45.7cm (18ins)
Code C2300
Linford
Sundial Plinth/
Bird Feeder
“For centuries,
sundials have
been used as a
functional focal
p­oint within the
garden .. . and
their appeal is
timeless.”
Sundial variation, which features
two troughs, one for feeding,
and one for drinking or bathing.
A smaller sundial plate can sit
in the centre and is ordered
separately.
Two doves by sculptor, Everard
Meynell, are shown with the
sundial - see C2089 in the
Statues Section.
Dimensions
Height: 127.0cm (50ins)
Top diameter: 44.5cm (17½ ins)
Widest diameter: 44.5cm (17½ ins)
Square base: 45.7cm (18ins)
Code C2300A
Please note: Sundial plates and armillaries are not included with sundials. See pages 39 to 41 for our current range.
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