St. Peter represented in Pope, wearing a conical tiara carved in the round. Beautiful work of sculpture from Lorraine, late thirteenth early fourteenth century.
Polychrome and gilt limestone.
Height: 80 cm
St. Peter is depicted standing, dressed in a tunic and wearing a conical tiara. The face with almond eyes is framed by a beard and curly hair drawn strands.
The conical tiara is the ancestor of the papal tiara and disappears in the early fourteenth century under Pope Boniface VIII, pope under Philippe le Bel.
Price : on request