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Monumental brasses and incised slabs have been the subject of scholarly interest since the 18th century, but attention has focused mainly on brasses. This study concentrates on effigial incised slabs, discussing their origins and development in medieval England. In a detailed study of both surviving brasses and slabs and old rubbings and antiquarian drawings, the authors look particularly at the products of the London-based marblers in the period before the Black Death.
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Book Description Society of Antiquaries of London, 1999. Hardcover. Condition: new. Seller Inventory # 9780854312726
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Book Description Society of Antiquaries of London, United Kingdom, 1999. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. A detailed study of incised effigal slabs and brasses from London workshops from AD 1250 to 1400 and their relationship with the production of monumental brasses. It focuses on the Cumoys, Septvans, Seymour, Basyng, and Ashford styles from before the Black Death. 170 slabs from England and Wales are studied in terms of their style, inscriptions, date and distribution recreating a picture of the operations of the London marblers and their workshops. The authors conclude that it is possible that the incised slabs and brasses were made in the same workshops, and possible even by the same people. Fresh light is thrown upon the dating of early brasses. Illustrated throughout with photos and rubbings. Seller Inventory # BZV9780854312726
Book Description Society of Antiquaries of London, 1999. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0854312722