[Drawing, with manuscript commentary, of the cards of a game of piquet, on which Thomas Dowrish, of Dowrish House, Crediton, gambled and lost the Manor of Kennersleigh, Devon in the 17th century. The drawing reproduces an inlaid marble table, depicting the game, built into the wall of Dowrish House, as a warning to future heirs of Dowrish to avoid gaming. Drawing and commentary probably made for Edward Rolle Clayfield the contemporary owner of Dowrish, named in the commentary.].
Dowrish House (Crediton, Devon)
Place of origin
Saltram, Devon (Accredited Museum)
On show at
 leaves . 1ʻ.. Provenance: Leather label on front of binding lettered "Saltram".. Binding: Quarter leather (sheep), cloth covered boards.
Makers and roles
Dowrish House (Crediton, Devon) Edward Rolle Clayfield