Renaissance oak carved pilaster


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Description: Renaissance oak pilaster.

Circa 1550-1580, Flanders/Dutch.

Provenance:  Marhamchurch Antiques.

Dimensions: 29-1/2”H x 5”L x 3”W.

History: The early English Renaissance was more secular following the Monasteries’ dissolution and the Reformation of the Church of England under Henry VIII compared to the Gothic style representing the spiritual sentiment. Through Flanders, the Italian aesthetic became prominent in England’s style of furniture. Under Elizabeth I, England had an exaggerated emphasis on richly-carved and colored ornamentation.  Please see Victor Chinnery, Oak Furniture, The British Tradition, pages 385-387.

Condition:  Overall, very good with age-appropriate wear.

Repairs/Replacements:  A hook has been previously applied to the back of the pilaster for easy hanging.  Otherwise, none.

Stock #:  NEOWA-07

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