Sunday, 20 August 2017

Hidden Henley

THIS decoration is one of three high up in the eaves of a building in Henley market place.

THIS decoration is one of three high up in the eaves of a building in Henley market place.

They evidently date back to when there was a pub below called the Prince of Wales.

One of the three triangular panels depicts a crown and an “H” for Henley, another shows the Prince of Wales’s feathers and the third, shown above, depicts thunder and lightning but I don’t know why. Can anyone help?





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