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88.7.1 B
Overall H: 34 cm, W: 30 cm, D: 2.9 cm
Not on Display
about 1650-1700
Primary Description: 
Brown wood; painted red, brown and gilded; carved, gessoed. Rectangular shape, made of form lengths of rounded molding, mitered at the corners; carved scrollwork applied on the sides of the top corners and cresting on top, the carving piched out in red paint and gilding; inscribed similarly, but too faint to read accurately.
Milzman, Susan, Former Collection
Greg, Dianne, Former Collection