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Given by the Reverend W.K.R. Bedford
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Oak, carved in relief with a profile bust portrait of a king, probably intended to be Henry VI, within an ornamented arch. A significant portion is missing along the top. There is some residue of pigment remnants on its surface.
Place of Origin
Materials and Techniques
Height: 42 cm, Width: 31 cm
Object history note
Given to the V&A in 1878 by Rev. W.K.R. Bedford. The panel is said to have come from a house near Maidstone, Kent.
Carved oak, depicting a king (probably Henry VI), England, 1440-80
From a house near Maidstone, Kent.
Woodwork; Interiors; Royalty
Furniture and Woodwork Collection