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A plaque of arch shape

Maker:  carvings, Ivory


Ivory carvings: A plaque of arch shape, probably the left-hand wing of a triptych carved with a figure of Longinus holding a spear, his garments with studded collar and drapery falling to the knees, the sides and arched top punched with geometric decoration originally mounted with silver studs - 4 1/4in. by 2in. Germanic, probably 15th century

ID:  78234