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Description: Dragon roundel. Pine, silvered and painted. Branded G R PAVILION on the reverse, the roundel is possibly the one referred to in the 1815 Crace accounts for the Royal Pavilion under ‘Entrance Hall - I large Dragon silvered and painted in proper colours’. It functioned as a ceiling rose.
Categories: Timeline/ Regency, Timeline/ 1810s, Collections/ Decorative Art, Learning Themes/ Dragons  
Copyright & Re-use
Credit: Royal Pavilion & Museums, Brighton & Hove
Licence: CC BY-SA
Caption: Dragon Roundel, Frederick Crace. c1815; Regency
Object or Artwork info
Type (of Object or Artwork): Dragon Roundel
Title (of Artwork / Object): Dragon Roundel
Creator (of Artwork / Object): Frederick Crace
Date Created (of Object / Artwork): c1815
Description (Object or Artwork): This is a dragon roundel which was used as a ceiling rose. It is made of pine wood and was created in the Regency period, around 1815.
Subject tags:
Royal Pavilion
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Dragon
   
Other Keywords: Frederick Crace
File info
Media: Image
Size: 15.01 KB; 250 x 270 pixels; 21 x 23 mm (print at 300 DPI); 66 x 71 mm (screen at 96 DPI);
Orientation: Portrait
Administrative info
Linked Accession no.: bdint000011