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A ceremonial staff

Maker:  Maker Unknown


A ceremonial staff, the painted wood shaft capped by the massive baluster end, engraved with the contemporary arms and crest of Beaufort within scroll cartouches below Ducal coronets, applied acanthus foliage below, the top also with applied husks, scrolls and foliage, fluting around a central flowerhead - 6ft. 7in. by Philip Rollos. circa 1700.

ID:  6164



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