United Kingdom

Statues - Hither & Thither

Site Search:
Ipswich
Suffolk

East of England

King Street
(Corn Exchange)

Ceres and Pomona

Brightwen Binyon
1882

Ipswich /  Ceres and Pomona   Ipswich /  Ceres and Pomona

Description

Two stone panels framing the semi-circular window in the façade of the Exchange Chambers. Showing two female figures, identified by inscriptions:
  1. CERES, with a cornucopia and holding a torch (goddess of crops).
  2. POMONA, with a pruning knife and fruit (goddess of fruit) .
The Exchange Chambers functioned as both exchange and fruit and vegetable market.

Ipswich / Ceres and Pomona Ipswich / Ceres and Pomona

Sculptor

Sources & Information

Tags

Location (N 52°3'26" - E 1°9'7")

Item Code: gbee034; Photograph: 1 August 2012
Of each statue we made photos from various angles and also detail photos of the various texts.
If you want to use photos, please contact us via the contact form (in Dutch, English or German).
© Website and photos: René & Peter van der Krogt

Your banner here? Click for information.