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The Arms and Motto are those of Wilkins, impaling Parry, for Jeffreys Wilkins Esq, of the Priory, near Brecon, and his wife Catherine, fourth daughter of the Reverend Gregory Parry of Llandevaylog, co Brecon, Canon of Worcester. Jeffreys was the forth son of John Wilkins of Maeslough Castle, co. Radnor. He died in 1819 and Catherine in 1827. He was succeeded by his eldest son John Parry-Wilkins (later De Winton) of Maesderwen House, co. Brecon. The Wilkins family were prominent lawyers in that part of Wales and were generaly MPs for the county of Brecon.
Height: 12.25 inches, 30.63cm.
Diameter at the widest point: 4.75 inches, 11.88cm
Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd
12 The Old Power Station
121 Mortlake High Street