A PAIR OF PLASTER AND PINE CONSOLE TABLES INCORPORATING PANELS CAST FROM THE TOMB OF COUNT HERMANN VIII VON HENNEBERG
A PAIR OF PLASTER AND PINE CONSOLE TABLES INCORPORATING PANELS CAST FROM THE TOMB OF COUNT HERMANN VIII VON HENNEBERG

THE PLASTERS AND CRATES LATE 19TH EARLY 20TH CENTURY AND ADAPTED

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A PAIR OF PLASTER AND PINE CONSOLE TABLES INCORPORATING PANELS CAST FROM THE TOMB OF COUNT HERMANN VIII VON HENNEBERG
THE PLASTERS AND CRATES LATE 19TH EARLY 20TH CENTURY AND ADAPTED
With later breché violette tops, the tomb panels each adorned with figures and six coats-of-arms, the crates marked in black paint '..557.6' and 'C2557 H8', minor differences
One 35 in. (89 cm.) high; 91½ in. (132 cm.) wide; 14½ in. (37 cm.) deep
Provenance
The plasters: Historic plaster casts from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Sotheby's New York, 28 February 2006, lot 79 (part).

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Lot Essay

The plasters after the bronze tomb in the Stiftskirche, Römhild, Germany, of circa 1510, attributed to Peter Vischer the Elder.

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