A charming English antique carved oak term.
Late 16thC in date. Dating back to the latter years of Elizabeth I’s reign.
Depicting a bearded male figure (head and torso) with naive stylised flower above and below, the plinth base decorated with a floral rosette resembling a flower head, the carved stem decorated with a leaf design and punch-work decoration.
Good colour and patination.
Condition – good as per the images. A further detailed condition report is available upon request.
Size: Height 48.3 cm (19″) x Width 9.6 cm (3 3/4″) x Depth 3.2cm (1 1/4″)
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