Stock No 2467
This is a wonderful example of late Medieval English Oak woodwork with deeply incised carving, circa 1500. It is designed with interlocking lozenges with cusped quatrefoils within them and foliate motifs at their centre. In the triangulated sections to the framing edge are cusped trefoils. All in all a lovely flowing design. It was probably an end section to a Choir Stall. It has been subsequently re-used as evidenced by the later cut out rebates around the chamfered edge. There is a “fill it” where there was a later lock fitted when it was reused.
Dimensions: Height 104 centimetres, Width 34 centimetres