Brass of Armour of Sir Alexander Newton

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Brass of Armour of Sir Alexander Newton

This is the brass depicting Sir Alexander Newton - a knight of the 17th Century. By this time the armour was less for protection and more for ceremonial usage. The brass is now owned by the Johnson family in Braiseworth Near Eye Suffolk. The replica of the brass hangs in the dining room.

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Location

Old Church Farm, Braiseworth

Culture
Period
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Size
H:
120cm
W:
50cm
D:
6cm
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