Lot 238

Description:
Two carved oak ecclesiastical panels, probably 16th / 17th century, carved in high relief with polychrome decoration, one depicting a pagan goddess or queen, possibly Lilleth, holding a snake and bird, standing on a crowned male figure, the other depicting a male figure holding a carafe and a book, probably a priest, each 14 by 65 by 7cm, with later hanging loops to back. (2)
Hammer:
£1500
Fees Applied to in room and absentee bid hammer prices:

20% inc VAT*

Fees Applied to Online and Autobid hammer prices:

23.6% inc VAT*

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