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A large pommel with two subjects representing Life and Death

Maker:  carvings, Ivory

Description: 

Ivory carvings: A large pommel with two subjects representing Life and Death, a young woman with hands folded, and a worm-eaten skeleton in similar position inscribed on the skull Ecce Finem and on her headdress Heelas Me Fautil Morir - 3in. high, Flemish, 16th century

ID:  78216

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