Oval silver seal-matrix of the See of Meath It has a gadrooned back; open handle with grooved scrolls; shaped loop at end. A shaped shield of arms the See of Meath and Plunket, sable, three mitres argent (Meath) and sable, a bend argent, in sinister chief a castle of the same (Plunket); above, a cardinal's hat. No legend. Pearled border.

An00011845 001 l

Thing

Made Of
silver
Type of Thing
seal
Subject
heraldry
Techniques
engraved

Place

Made In
Ireland

Time

Acquired In
1927
Made
1778
Period/Culture
Post-Medieval

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