I know, right? There is just so very much heraldry to be seen at Mount Stuart that we're probably all getting a bit weary. At least, I know I am. You can only spend so much time looking at other people's stuff without it becoming a bit of a sensory overload.
But never fear! There's only a very few blog posts remaining for this wonderful, heraldry-filled, house, and we'll have to move along to something else.
In the meantime, though ...
Back on the ground floor in the rooms with those beautifully carved heraldic ceilings (https://blog.appletonstudios.com/2018/03/now-this-is-armorial-family-tree.html), the doorways had some more carved or cast coats of arms.
Supported by two nude figures with strategically place ribbons, and surmounted by the coronet of a marquess, we have on the left
the arms of Windsor, and on the right,
the arms of Stuart, both of which we have seen a number of times before in the house (e.g., https://blog.appletonstudios.com/2018/04/an-heraldic-chapel-ceiling.html).
The level of detail in these depictions is truly wonderful!