Pair of Late 16th Century English Antique Carved Oak Terms / Carved Oak Panels


Pair of Late 16th Century English Antique Carved Oak Terms / Carved Oak Panels


A naively carved pair of late 16th Century English antique carved oak terms.

Each, with a stylised flower and acanthus leaf pediment over an arcaded frieze and below, a head-and-torso figure of a bearded man.  Supported on a plinth base comprising a further male mask flanked by geometric patterns and scrolls with running carved ornamentation below.

Excellent colour and patination. The carvings displays incredibly well.

Condition – as per the images. The terms have been backed on to later 19thC timbers verso.

Size: Width (max at the base) 17 cm x Height 60cm X Depth 3.5cm (6 3/4″” x 23 1/2″ x 3 3/4″)

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3. The Norfolk & Suffolk Antique Dealers Association.

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