An embossed and polychrome-painted leather panel, circa 1890

An embossed and polychrome-painted leather panel, circa 1890

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In the late 16th century English manner, designed with two putti, their outstretched arms supporting leafy-scrolls and harebells, beneath fruits and flowers, framed.

Provenance: A handwritten paper label verso reads 'this is a section of embossed leather panel overpainted in oil (in new frame) came from (sic) the famous
Faringdon House home of (The Mad Boy) Robert Heber Percy...'

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Dimensions:

Height 44 cm / 17 12"
Width 51 cm / 20 14"
Depth 2 cm / 1"