Bottesford - The tomb of the second earl, Henry Manners (1563), is the first thing that greets you in the chancel. The effigies are, remarkably, asleep under a dining table - or altar table - while the “weepers” kneel above them. Henry’s breastplate is uniquely made of laminated plates, rather than being a single piece, and in his hands he carries a book as well as his sword.
Walnut Renaissance Revival Victorian cabinet or "bookcase." French These were usually made in two sections. The top sometimes sat on large "pins" or directly on the base section. High relief carved doors and upper central door.