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A carved boxwood pedestal-shaped clock-case

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

A carved boxwood pedestal-shaped clock-case, the two sides carved with three-quarter length portraits of Paulinus and Ester Tiefenbruker aged 48 and 47 respectively in 1567, the man holding a lute, his wife with clasped hands, the spandrels above with putti playing horns, the corners with grotesque caryatids - 6 3/4in. high, German

ID:  78566

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

London

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