Large 17th Century Antique Carved Oak Figural Term Portrayed Playing a Lute


Large 17th Century Antique Carved Oak Figural Term Portrayed Playing a Lute



A charming, large, 17th Century antique carved oak term that portrays a female figure with scrolling pediment above, swathed in robes and playing the lute, her legs supported on a shaped plinth base.

Continental origin.

Condition – This panel/term is likely to have originated as a decorative adornment to a piece of period furniture now long since lost. Please refer to the images. There is a minor aged-related loss to the top of the pediment and plinth base. A further detailed condition report is available upon request.

Size: Height 65 cm (25 1/2″) x width 10 cm (4″) x Depth 8.25 cm (3 1/4″)

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