|Margaret Camoys, Trotton|
|Lord and Lady Camoys, Trotton|
Close by is a huge and superb brass to Lord and Lady Camoys, dating from a century later, showing the couple rather charmingly holding hands.
|John Wantele, |
In medieval times memorial brasses were a surprisingly large industry, dominated by several workshops in London. All the metal, an alloy of copper and zinc, was imported from Germany, which had the monopoly, so it was often referred to as latten (old German for plate) or cullen (from Cologne).
|Henry Wilsha, Storrington|