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Accession No 1989-047-001
Name/Title statue; "Fidelity"
Primary Prod Date 1889
Brief Description Fireclay statue of a classical female petting a small dog. Presumably Fidelity and not Diana (as is sometimes noted). The base is stamped GRANGEMOUTH COAL COMPANY and GHS ROWLAND.
From Grangemouth Drill Hall, which was opened in 1889.
When acquired the statue base was still attached to the coping of the building.
Primary Maker Grangemouth Coal & Fireclay Co
Rowland, G B S
Measurement Part 0 - Whole
base
2 - roof cope
Measurement Reading H 1m 30cm (H 4' 3 3/16")
Dia 37cm (Dia 1' 2 9/16")
H 57 W 91cm (H 1' 10 7/16" W 2' 11 13/16")
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Associated Place Grangemouth Drill Hall/Talbot St/Grangemouth/Grangemouth area
Subject Category Sculpture; Ornamental
Building Material/Construction Industry
Signature & Date stamping:base:"GRANGEMOUTH COAL CO/ G.H. ROWLAND"
Documentation A Potted History of Ceramics in the Falkirk District.; Geoff Bailey; Falkirk Museums Callendar House Callendar Park, Falkirk; Archaeologist; active 1984-2017
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