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Chinese Shishi in East Half of Chinese Garden

A Grade II Listed Building in Long Whatton and Diseworth, Leicestershire

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Latitude: 52.8132 / 52°48'47"N

Longitude: -1.2722 / 1°16'20"W

OS Eastings: 449149

OS Northings: 324207

OS Grid: SK491242

Mapcode National: GBR 7HT.P5Q

Mapcode Global: WHDHH.FKD6

Plus Code: 9C4WRP7H+74

Entry Name: Chinese Shishi in East Half of Chinese Garden

Listing Date: 16 January 1989

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1064277

English Heritage Legacy ID: 358256

ID on this website: 101064277

Location: North West Leicestershire, LE12

County: Leicestershire

District: North West Leicestershire

Civil Parish: Long Whatton and Diseworth

Traditional County: Leicestershire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Leicestershire

Church of England Parish: Long Whatton All Saints

Church of England Diocese: Leicester

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5/210 Chinese Shishi in east
half of Chinese -garden

Ornamental garden sculpture. Late C19. Of Chinese or Japanese origin. Bronze
beast with scrolled mane and tail, and clawed feet. On roughly hewn stone
slab. One of a series of ornaments collected for the garden by the first
Lord Crawshaw c1890-1900.

Listing NGR: SK4914924207

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