A rare pair of monumental oak figural terms or fireplace jambs, circa 1600

A rare pair of monumental oak figural terms or fireplace jambs, circa 1600

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One male, the other female, each with naked torso and topped by a lattice fruit-filled basket, (a canephora), the female figure holding a 'green man' mask, the male a satyr mask, above a garland of fruit and oak leaves, plinth base.

Provenance: formerly flanking a stone fireplace, Eastington Hall, Upton-Upon-Severn, Worcestershire, a Grade I listed Tudor manor house.

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Dimensions:

Height 158 cm / 62 14"
Width 26 cm / 10 14"
Depth 14 cm / 5 12"