Lot 284

Two 15th Century English Pierced & Carved Oak Panels, Circa 1470, probably originating from the West Country; possibly a rood or chancel screen. The flamboyant tracery resembling that of church windows incorporating cusped ‘dagger’ motifs within an arch. The sectional construction and decoration within an arch comparable to that of Devon screen doors illustrated in ‘English Medieval Furniture and Woodwork’ by Charles Tracy (V & A Museum 1988) Page 78, Plate 19. One 16½” x 30” (42 cm x 76 cm), the other 17¾” x 29” (45 cm x 73.5 cm).

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Description

Two 15th Century English Pierced & Carved Oak Panels, Circa 1470, probably originating from the West Country; possibly a rood or chancel screen. The flamboyant tracery resembling that of church windows incorporating cusped ‘dagger’ motifs within an arch. The sectional construction and decoration within an arch comparable to that of Devon screen doors illustrated in ‘English Medieval Furniture and Woodwork’ by Charles Tracy (V & A Museum 1988) Page 78, Plate 19. One 16½” x 30” (42 cm x 76 cm), the other 17¾” x 29” (45 cm x 73.5 cm).