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17thC Antique Carved Oak Panel or Term

17thC Antique Carved Oak Panel or Term

Regular price £225.00 GBP
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A 17thC carved oak panel or term.

Possibly Flemish origin.

With a lion mask to the pediment over an inverted flower and winged cherub head below, terminating with a carved acanthus leaf.

Verso, the carving bears an old Bonhams Auction lot label.

Provenance: From the private collection of the late Richard Miller – a renowned Suffolk-based antiques dealer.

Condition - as per the images. There are minor surface losses commensurate with age. The panels display very well.

Size: Height 57.5 cm x Width 6.5 cm x Depth 7 cm (22 3/4" x 2 1/2" x 2 3/4")

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