Carved 16th century Head In Relief.
Possibly bust of King Henry VII
A Late 16th Century wood Panel Depicting A Carved Head In Relief. An exceptionally well executed and detailed oak wood panel depicting a bust of a young lady - highlighted with gilding and with a wonderful rich original patina. Reputably from northern Europe Circa 1600.
Size: 15 x 14 x 4 1/2 in.
Provenance: The Collection of Denys Sutton, London.
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