France, 17th century
Wood and wrought iron
Dimensions of iron: Length: 61.5; L .: 15; Thickness: 4 cm
The wrought iron head consists of a long thrust with a diamond section, a crescent ax with a point and a corbin's beak representing two chimeric birds. These two protuberances are entirely openwork, cut, chiseled and engraved.
It is mounted on an old octagonal wooden pole with four inlaid contraband.
Text and photos © FCP CORIDON
|Style||Moyen-âge, Renaissance, Louis XIII|
|Shipping Time||Ready to ship in 1 Business Day|
|Location||93400, Saint-Ouen, France|