List number: 1370671
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NZ0261585655

Drinking Fountain, Cambo


A carved granite drinking fountain in Cambo, built c.1880 as part of Sir Charles Trevelyan's remodelling of the village. The fountain has a life-size sculpture of dolphin with a tap in the dolphin's mouth and an iron cup on chain. The fountain has the inscription: 'FVTVRI HAVD IMMEMOR OEVI' ('Not unmindful of future generations'). The Trevelyan family arms have dolphin supporters.

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Drinking fountain, Cambo

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DRINKING FOUNTAIN 40 METRES EAST OF POST OFFICE - List Entry
- "Drinking Fountain c.1880. Granite. Arched slab with vigorous life-size sculpture of dolphin, on broad rocky base. Tap in dolphin's mouth, iron cup on chain. Inscription above dolphin: 'FVTVRI ...

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