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A Wonderful Pair of Late Medieval Oak Corbels

Having a bold half-round convex bolection moulding to each end of the corbel, embellished with lines of deep gouge carving. The centre concave section, filled with a large stylised lion's head, or mask, with rich, curly mane, grinning outstretched lips, protuding tongue and pointed teeth.

English, circa 1450-1500.

Height 20.5 inches, width 9 inches, depth 9.5 inches.

Ref 2668

Note: The last photograph gives an impression of how the corbels would have sat beneath a structural main beam, when in situ.

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