Argentine Quarter Sawn Oak Door Lintel from the Buenos Aires Jockey Club
Argentine Quarter Sawn Oak Door Lintel from the Buenos Aires Jockey Club Argentine Quarter Sawn Oak Door Lintel from the Buenos Aires Jockey Club Argentine Quarter Sawn Oak Door Lintel from the Buenos Aires Jockey Club Argentine Quarter Sawn Oak Door Lintel from the Buenos Aires Jockey Club Argentine Quarter Sawn Oak Door Lintel from the Buenos Aires Jockey Club Argentine Quarter Sawn Oak Door Lintel from the Buenos Aires Jockey Club

Argentine Quarter Sawn Oak Door Lintel from the Buenos Aires Jockey Club

Ref: AR6630

This grand scale, antique carved panel was once above a large doorway in the famous Jockey Club Building in Buenos Aires. It is hand carved and retains the original finish and patina. Today It can be used as a headboard, or as art simply hung on a large wall.

Provenance: Jockey Club Building (Florida Street, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1897-1953). Architect: Manuel Turner. Completed by Alejandro Christophersen and Emilio Agrelo. Sadly, this beautiful historic building was destroyed by fire by militant Peronist party members in 1953.
c. 1897
W 78 D 4 H 42.5 in.
See also: AR6627, AR6628, AR6629, AR6630.
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