LION HEAD CANNON MOUTH
European work end of the 17th century - beginning of the 18th century
Long. : 7; Diam. : 3 cm
Cylindrical brass piece depicting a lion's head functioning as a ring. It was placed on the distal part of the barrel, thus serving as a garnish. If the front part of the mouth of the animal is straight, the mane and the beginning of the back of the feline are cut irregularly according to the movements of its coat.
The details of his eyes, muzzle and mustache are finely incised and underlined by raised expression lines.
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