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A French circular mirror-case carved in relief with a knight and his lady playing chess in a tent

Maker:  carvings, Ivory

Description: 

Ivory carvings: A French circular mirror-case carved in relief with a knight and his lady playing chess in a tent, seated on either side of a central table, the lady making a move, the knight holding the tent post with his left hand, with drapery caught up at the corners above and four grotesque projecting monsters at the corners, retaining traces of red, blue and green polychrome - 3 1/2in. by 3 1/4in. French, 2nd quarter 14th century

ID:  78211

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