14 December 2000
A CARVED BOXWOOD BUST OF A CLERIC
German, early 16th Century style
Wearing a cloak with fur collar, an open-neck shirt and a cap, his head turned slightly to dexter, on a later, spreading, ebonised wooden base, (very minor cracks)
3¼ in. (8.3 cm.) high
As lot 1.
Rothschild inv. nos. P.48 and E.de R.(?).
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