Two crosses in grounds of Scorrier House
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County Council (Unitary)
Camborne and Redruth
SR725725 (172543, 43582)
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Two granite wheel-headed crosses with integral shafts. One is mounted in a modern rectangular base. It is 1.5 metres high with chamfered corners to the shaft and sunk oval panels in each face with a raised figure of Christ on the south face and a Latin Cross on the north face. The other is located on a mound circa 5 metre to the north west. It is 3 metres high with a small head with sunken panels with a cross each side. The shaft appears to have zig-zag and saw tooth decoration and a ring around each cross. Listed.
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