London, South Kensington
20 - 21 January 2009
TWO ENGLISH GOTHIC PAINTED OAK TRACERY PANELS
15TH OR EARLY 16TH CENTURY
One with painted dots around the central section, the other black stained, one with with a label inscribed 'THESE TWO TRACERY PANELS WERE FOUND BY MY FATHER IN A BUILDER'S YARD IN DROITWICH. NO ONE COULD TELL ME FROM WHICH CHURCH THEY HAD COME, BUT IT WAS SUPPOSED THAT IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN FROM ONE IN THE COUNTRY BUT FAR AWAY', 'PHILLIP B. CHELWIN.'
25 in. (63.5 cm.) wide (2)
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