University Coat of Arms
This coat of arms consists of two heraldic shields, the left hand bearing shield bearing a lion and mermaid, underneath which there is an open book with an inscription upon it. The right hand shield bears seven crosses and five diamonds. In the middle, behind the shields a pole rises, with a snake wrapped around it. The ribbon below bears an inscription.
The Dental Hospital was designed by Edward Allen on S. N. Cooke and Partners in 1965. Bloye produced several pieces for Cooke and Partners.
|Bloye, William James||Sculptor|
|Part of work||Material||Dimensions|
|Whole||Fibreglass, painted||2.4m h x 2m w|
PMSA recording information
|Road||St Chad's Queensway|
|Precise location||University of Birmingham Dental Hospital, wall facing Queensway|
Sorry, we have no precise geographical information for this item.
|Date of design||None|
|Year of unveiling||c.1973|
|Commissioned by||Cooke and Partners (Architects of the building)|
|Duty of care||University of Birmingham Dental Hospital.|
|Listing status||Don't know|
|At risk?||Not at risk|