Courtesy of the National Trust Collection at Lacock Abbey | Licence: All Rights Reserved
Courtesy of the National Trust Collection at Lacock Abbey | Licence: All Rights Reserved

Old quarry, Sark, Channel Islands

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Description

Mounted watercolour of a quarry, near the waters edge. A small island is visible in the background. It is signed in the bottom left ‘MC Gilchrist-Clark 1911’ A white sticky label is in the top left corner marked ‘Old quarry, Sark, Channel Islands MC Gilchrist-Clark’

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Courtesy of the National Trust Collection at Lacock Abbey

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Location

Silver Mines, Little Sark, Channel Island of Sark, England

Country

Tww Comment

Little Sark was synonymous with silver mining between 1833-45. Mining sites were Le Pot, close to Pot Bay, Port es Saies, and Port Gorey. Granite quarries were on Guernsey.