Whilst I’m writing down my shoot notes I become aware of a shape in the blur of my peripheral vision. I glimpse upwards and see a carving on top of a bench end. I’ve stumbled upon a sublime depiction of a whale by the Victorian firm Farmer and Brindley. It was part of a late C19th scheme by Sir George Gilbert Scott.

More about the Treasure Hoard Gazetteer:

🟦 Andy Marshall’s Treasure Hoard Gazetteer
The gazetteer is my personal collection of material treasures. It’s a growing map of wonders that I’ve spent over forty years documenting. The treasures that I list here are not of any monetary value, but far more valuable.

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