A rare early 17th century carved oak coat of arms bearing the royal crest of Charles I within a moulded frame richly carved with strap work.
Note: Carved panels like this rare example could be found above doors or as centre pieces of state beds in stately homes and reserved for Royalty.
Percy Macquoid, ‘History of English Furniture - The Age of Oak’, London, 1904, p. 74, ill. 64.
Ralph Edwards & Percy Macquoid, ‘The Dictionary of English Furniture’, revised edition, Vol I, p. 46, fig. 22/23.
Looking for something similar? YOU MAY ALSO LIKE
YOU HAVE RECENTLY VIEWED ITEMS
Make an enquiry
- CAN WE HELP YOU?
- +44 (0)20 7493 2341