Two stone panels framing the semi-circular window in the façade of the Exchange Chambers. Showing two female figures, identified by inscriptions:
The Exchange Chambers functioned as both exchange and fruit and vegetable market.
- CERES, with a cornucopia and holding a torch (goddess of crops).
- POMONA, with a pruning knife and fruit (goddess of fruit) .
- Brightwen Binyon (Ipswich 1846-1905), Ipswich architect.
Sources & Information
- Recording Archive for Public Sculpture in Norfolk & Suffolk, Ipswich Sculpture Trail PDF on-line.
- Recording Archive for Public Sculpture in Norfolk & Suffolk, database.
Location (N 52°3'26" - E 1°9'7")
Via the links below you can find the position:
Item Code: gbee034; Photograph: 1 August 2012
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