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Panel

  • Place of origin:

    France (made)

  • Date:

    1500-1530 (made)

  • Museum number:

    848-1895

  • Gallery location:

    In Storage

Physical description

Walnut panel, carved with a shield bearing three boars' heads couped, amid Gothic tracery beneath a crocketed ogival arch resting on two pilasters. Above is a round-headed arch, and the space between is filled with Gothic tracery.

Place of Origin

France (made)

Date

1500-1530 (made)

Object history note

Purchased for £24: 'wormeaten, split and worn'.

This panel was formerly in the collection of Emile Peyre (1824-1904), a notable Parisian collector of French medieval and renaissance artefacts. In 1895 the South Kensington Museum (renamed the V&A in 1900), bought over 300 pieces of furniture and woodwork from him, (as well as sculpture and metalwork), at a cost of £11,878. 16s. 9d.

Descriptive line

French, 1500-30. Ex Peyre Collection.

Categories

Woodwork; Renaissance (French)

Collection

Furniture and Woodwork Collection

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