Sir Edmond Tame and Elizabeth Tyringham
Medium:Paper and Heelball
Date:1970 – 1980
Paper and Heelball; Black paper and Gold wax. Rubbing of a husband and his second wife at his left. He has a griffin and a lion on the front of his clothing. With a large decorated helm behind his head. She has two long cords that run down the front of her dress and a large mantel.
Wax rubbing of the funerary brass of Sir Edmond Tame (d. 1534) and Elizabeth Tyringham. The original brass is located at St Mary’s Church in Gloucestershire, England. The full brass includes his firth wife Agnes who stands on his right. They had four children before her death in 1526. Scholars think that the figures of Edmond and Agnes were carved first after Agnes’ death and that the brass of Elizabeth is a later edition due to the different styles between the two women.