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However, many house owners who appreciate their historic value also attest to their usefulness in making houses warmer and more secure, so the shutter is far from obsolete.Above left: panelled shutters in a house at Latteridge, South Gloucestershire (1686) with a second leaf of just three inches wide, yet fully panelled.A document of 1519 refers to 'many pretty windows shut with leaves going up and down' (Salzman, p256) , and one has been reconstructed at the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum near Chichester.Wooden pegs or some sort of rope and cleat arrangement would have held the shutters fully or partially closed.
It is rare to find shutters dating from before the late 17th century and most date from the 18th and 19th centuries.Medieval stone buildings had hinged shutters whether or not the window was glazed.An early example is the Queen's Chamber at Guildford Castle, which in 1245 had glazed windows with opening casements and internal shutters.The master bedroom has an ensuite and built in wardrobe. For further information please contact Freeman F...
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Few have survived intact, but the pintles on which they hung often remain.