London, South Kensington
23 February 2000
Four carved oak panels, probably 16th century
each carved in relief with a figure, two of angles, one with scales, another shown standing by a broken column, one with a segment lacking -- 15¼ x 12¾in. (38.7 x 32.4cm.) (4)
Pilton, Nr.Barnstaple, North Devon.
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