An antique steel engraving with hand colouring, of Sennicots, "the seat of Charles Baker Esq, by whom this plate is presented". Drawn by Henwood, engraved by HA Ogg and published circa 1836.
Sennicotts is a small estate near Chichester, West Sussex, England. It was formed in 1809 by Charles Baker (1761–1839) when he retired after serving in Madras with the British East India Company.
In the following years, he built the house (1810), the lodge (1815) and the chapel (1829).
Charles Baker was the son of a Chichester surgeon, and claimed descent from the Bakers of Mayfield, the great Sussex Ironmasters.
Print size: 21.5cm x 16.5cm
Mount size: 37cm x 33cm