Sculpture of Lord Byron and his wife, seaham


Wood carvings of the poet  Lord Byron and his wife Annebella Millbanke, dancing at their wedding at Seaham Hall in 1815. The carvings are by local artist, David Gross and were unveiled in January 2016. The are located outside the Byron Place shopping centre in Seaham

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Byron carvings

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Byron carvings

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