Detail View: The AMICA Library: THE DACRE BEASTS: The White Ram

AMICA ID: 
VAM_.W.8:1-4-2000
AMICA Library Year: 
2003
Object Type: 
Sculpture
Creator Name: 
Unknown
Creator Nationality: 
English
Creator Name-CRT: 
Unknown
Title: 
THE DACRE BEASTS: The White Ram
View: 
Left 3/4
Creation Date: 
Probably 1507-1525; the banners added about 1844
Materials and Techniques: 
Carved, painted and gilded oak, with tinned copper banners
Creation Place: 
Cumbria
Dimensions: 
185 x 43 x 66
Measurement Dimension: 
Height
Measurement Value: 
185
Measurement Unit: 
cm
Measurement Dimension: 
Width
Measurement Value: 
43
Measurement Unit: 
cm
Measurement Dimension: 
Depth
Measurement Value: 
66
Measurement Unit: 
cm
AMICA Contributor: 
The Victoria and Albert Museum
Owner Location: 
London, England
ID Number: 
W.8:1-4-2000
Credit Line: 
Acquired with the assistance of The Friends of the V&A National Heritage Memorial Fund National Art Collections Fund and other private benefactors
Inscriptions: 
The Ram, supporter of the De Multon family with the arms of De Multon 'argent, three bars gu in chief a lion passant gardant'
Copyright: 
Permission for educational use only granted by the Victoria and Albert Museum 2003
Rights: 
Provenance: 
Naworth Castle, Cumbria
Context - Place: 
Cumbria, United Kingdom
Related Image Identifier Link: 
VAM_.CT72404.tif