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A triptych

Maker:  carvings, Ivory

Description: 

Ivory carvings: A triptych, the gabled centre section carved with a Crucifixion in relief, with two soldiers, one holding up a sponge of hyssop on the right and the other thrusting a spear into the figure of Christ, with the sun and moon beneath a cusped arch and crocketed gabled roof; the left-hand wing with the Virgin standing facing towards the centre and the right-hand wing with St. John the Evangelist with head bent in an attitude of grief - 4 1/2in. by 4 7/8in. open, French circa 1320

ID:  78233

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