The original tapestry was woven in 1900 by Morris & Co. Edward Burne Jones designed this verdure tapestry with deer in a forest scattered with shields wearing the armoury of the Knights of the Round Table.
This cast iron Deer Doorbell from Fallen Fruits will add splendour and character to any house to announce the arrival of your guests. With its rustic brown finish the Deer Doorbell can also be mounted on a garden wall to add an eye-catching feature to any garden.Key Features:Cast ironWeatherproof
The surviving building was a wing of a medieval rural palace of the Bishops of Lincoln. The estate included fishponds and a deer park. In 1600 this building became an almshouse for 12 poor men two women and a warden. Homes for pensioners were provided for over 300 years.You can see the bedemen's…
…life by great households. During the War of the Roses the Pomeroy family sought security from violent feuds by building the castle within their deer park. In the 16th century the uncle of Edward VI Lord Protector Somerset bought the castle. He was executed for treason soon afterwards but his Seymour…
Throughout the centuries there have been castles great and small for animals as diverse as goats and guinea pigs deer and dogs cows and bees pigs and horses as well as bears and even salmon.Thus a red sandstone elephant with a castle on its back was designed for bees in Cheshire in the 1800s and a…