A rare Henry IV oak polychromed appliqué or mount, designed as a male mask, circa 1410

A rare Henry IV oak polychromed appliqué or mount, designed as a male mask, circa 1410

£ POA
Reference

3080

Modelled wearing a chaperon, with bourrelet and liripipe, the face with furrowed brow, well-defined eyebrows and slightly open mouth revealing both sets of teeth, moustache and centre-parted beard. Old losses.

Provenance: Jonathan Horne Collection.

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Dimensions:

Height 27.5 cm / 11"
Width 23.5 cm / 9 12"
Depth 5.5 cm / 2 "