Wooden moulding in a ridged ogee curve with circular ends each with stylistic fleur de lys. Narrower end is attached to a stylised wheatsheaf topped by raised double scallop shape. Now in two pieces with the right end separated from central wheatsheaf with screw holes showing where it should be joined. Plain back with holes where fastened to supports. Whole was originally made in five pieces and joins show on back. Tongue protruding from wheatsheaf. Along with fixing screws.
Purchased from the estate of the late Lord Wraxall with the assistance of the NHMF and donations from members and supporters.