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Early 17th Pair of Mechelen Alabaster Plaques
Early 17th Pair of Mechelen Alabaster Plaques  - Sculpture Style Louis XIII Early 17th Pair of Mechelen Alabaster Plaques  - Early 17th Pair of Mechelen Alabaster Plaques  - Louis XIII Antiquités - Early 17th Pair of Mechelen Alabaster Plaques
Ref : 96706
7 200 €
Period :
17th century
Provenance :
Flanders
Medium :
Alabaster
Dimensions :
l. 7.48 inch X H. 8.66 inch
Sculpture  - Early 17th Pair of Mechelen Alabaster Plaques 17th century - Early 17th Pair of Mechelen Alabaster Plaques Louis XIII - Early 17th Pair of Mechelen Alabaster Plaques Antiquités - Early 17th Pair of Mechelen Alabaster Plaques
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Early 17th Pair of Mechelen Alabaster Plaques

"The Entry of Jesus into Jerusalem" and "The Washing of the Feet".
Superb pair of relief plates in gilded alabaster from Mechelen in their original frames in gilded pellets, late 16th early 17th century.
The quality of these reliefs is irreproachable: the characters are finely sculpted and finished in gold, they almost seem to come out of the frames. The two episodes discussed are rare: they are framed in two magnificent original frames that have never been opened, richly decorated and gilded.
On the back of the frames there is barely legible ink writing.
Excellent state of preservation.

Measure
plate cm 12 x 9.5
frame cm 22 x 19

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Marble Sculpture Louis XIII