Ancient Art Antiquities

Pair Of 1615 English Polychrome Painted Heraldic Lion Newel Banisters Finials

Pair Of 1615 English Polychrome Painted Heraldic Lion Newel Banisters Finials
Pair Of 1615 English Polychrome Painted Heraldic Lion Newel Banisters Finials
Pair Of 1615 English Polychrome Painted Heraldic Lion Newel Banisters Finials
Pair Of 1615 English Polychrome Painted Heraldic Lion Newel Banisters Finials
Pair Of 1615 English Polychrome Painted Heraldic Lion Newel Banisters Finials
Pair Of 1615 English Polychrome Painted Heraldic Lion Newel Banisters Finials
Pair Of 1615 English Polychrome Painted Heraldic Lion Newel Banisters Finials
Pair Of 1615 English Polychrome Painted Heraldic Lion Newel Banisters Finials
Pair Of 1615 English Polychrome Painted Heraldic Lion Newel Banisters Finials
Pair Of 1615 English Polychrome Painted Heraldic Lion Newel Banisters Finials
Pair Of 1615 English Polychrome Painted Heraldic Lion Newel Banisters Finials
Pair Of 1615 English Polychrome Painted Heraldic Lion Newel Banisters Finials

Pair Of 1615 English Polychrome Painted Heraldic Lion Newel Banisters Finials    Pair Of 1615 English Polychrome Painted Heraldic Lion Newel Banisters Finials
Wimbledon-Furniture is delighted to offer for sale this exceptionally rare pair of King James 1. 1615 English Heraldic Lion Newel Finials with period Polychrome paint. What a find, these are original English Newel Finials which would have been used at either end of a bannister, they are totally and utterly unrestored and havent changed one bit in the last 405 years of their existence. They can be used as pure decoration, they are freestanding and really define a space, alternatively they still have the original mounting holes to the base, they could be used as reclaimed bannister terminals once again. Height:- 37cm & 36cm. Width:- 16cm & 13cm. Depth:- 12cm & 17cm. Please note all measurements are taken at the widest point, if you would like any additional or specific measurements please ask. Heraldic beasts were used in many different interiors: country houses; townhouses; livery halls; boardrooms of various institutions; churches and places of worship; and warships.

As a result, the purpose for which these pieces may have been carved remains unclear. This pair of heraldic beasts may have been carved as newel post finials of a grand staircase; or as finials for a church or a livery hall. In 20th century Britain, over 1,000 country houses were demolished.

This was a hint of things to come. From the turn of the 20th century, interior woodwork, including complete panelled rooms, staircases and fittings such as these heraldic beasts secured an active market amongst rich Americans. Wimbledon-Furniture is a privately owned family ran business out of Wimbledon SW19, we have four large storage warehouses, if you have any questions my number is under the business sellers information, please feel free to call or text. Please view the very detailed pictures as they form part of the description around condition. Please note vintage period and original items such as leather seating will always have natural patina in the form of cracking creasing and wear, we recommend regular waxing to ensure no moisture is lost, also hand dyed leather is not recommended to sit in direct sunlight for prolonged periods of time as it will dry out and fade. The item "PAIR OF 1615 ENGLISH POLYCHROME PAINTED HERALDIC LION NEWEL BANISTERS FINIALS" is in sale since Sunday, August 23, 2020. This item is in the category "Art\Art Sculptures".

The seller is "wimbledon-furniture-01" and is located in London Wimbledon. This item can be shipped worldwide.

  • Size: Medium (up to 36in.)
  • Artist: Unknown
  • Colour: Multi-Colour
  • Style: Ancient Art
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Medium: OAK
  • Date of Creation: 1615
  • Type: Figurine
  • Year: 1615
  • Width (Inches): 13-16 CM
  • Placement: Table
  • Subject: Architecture
  • Culture: ENGLISH
  • Originality: Original
  • Height (Inches): 37-36CM


Pair Of 1615 English Polychrome Painted Heraldic Lion Newel Banisters Finials    Pair Of 1615 English Polychrome Painted Heraldic Lion Newel Banisters Finials