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Lacemakers’ Georgian Lead Water Pump 1827
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Lacemakers’ Georgian Lead Water Pump 1827

An incredibly rare Georgian Lead Water Pump with original sandstone trough and lever from 1827. With direct provenance to one of the earliest Lace Making Workshops in Nottinghamshire. Decorated with Urn motifs and Fleur-de-lis, this would have been the height of fashion at its time of construction and in its day would have cost a pretty penny! (Size of lead and stone trough)

Width34cm (1′1″)
Height120cm (3′11″)
Depth65cm (2′2″)
Reference No.MXGBQ

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