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Final week to view Harrison’s Garden

This week is the last opportunity to visit artist Luke Jerram’s Harrison’s Garden in the Artspace at The Ropewalk on Maltkiln Road.

The Ropewalk is the final venue in the exhibition that has included Nostell Priory where famed chronometer John Harrison was born before moving as a child to Barrow upon Humber.

The clocks in Harrison’s Garden will be auctioned by Lincolnshire auctioneers Golding, Young & Mawer at their Lincoln Saleroom on April 17 at 10am (viewing Tuesday 16th 10am to 4pm and on saleday between 8.30am to 10am). If, however you would like to take a piece of the exhibition away with you, selected clocks will be available on Monday March 25th from 11am for a donation of £5. On the same day there will be a general antiques Valuation Day, again at The Ropewalk, with John Leatt from 10am – 3pm.


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