English Tudor Broke Hall Paneled Room, Stained Glass Windows and Fireplace Surround
English Tudor Broke Hall Paneled Room, Stained Glass Windows and Fireplace Surround English Tudor Broke Hall Paneled Room, Stained Glass Windows and Fireplace Surround English Tudor Broke Hall Paneled Room, Stained Glass Windows and Fireplace Surround English Tudor Broke Hall Paneled Room, Stained Glass Windows and Fireplace Surround English Tudor Broke Hall Paneled Room, Stained Glass Windows and Fireplace Surround English Tudor Broke Hall Paneled Room, Stained Glass Windows and Fireplace Surround English Tudor Broke Hall Paneled Room, Stained Glass Windows and Fireplace Surround English Tudor Broke Hall Paneled Room, Stained Glass Windows and Fireplace Surround English Tudor Broke Hall Paneled Room, Stained Glass Windows and Fireplace Surround English Tudor Broke Hall Paneled Room, Stained Glass Windows and Fireplace Surround English Tudor Broke Hall Paneled Room, Stained Glass Windows and Fireplace Surround English Tudor Broke Hall Paneled Room, Stained Glass Windows and Fireplace Surround English Tudor Broke Hall Paneled Room, Stained Glass Windows and Fireplace Surround English Tudor Broke Hall Paneled Room, Stained Glass Windows and Fireplace Surround English Tudor Broke Hall Paneled Room, Stained Glass Windows and Fireplace Surround English Tudor Broke Hall Paneled Room, Stained Glass Windows and Fireplace Surround English Tudor Broke Hall Paneled Room, Stained Glass Windows and Fireplace Surround English Tudor Broke Hall Paneled Room, Stained Glass Windows and Fireplace Surround English Tudor Broke Hall Paneled Room, Stained Glass Windows and Fireplace Surround English Tudor Broke Hall Paneled Room, Stained Glass Windows and Fireplace Surround English Tudor Broke Hall Paneled Room, Stained Glass Windows and Fireplace Surround

English Tudor Broke Hall Paneled Room, Stained Glass Windows and Fireplace Surround

Ref: D-39-0004
(Bury St. Edmunds, Nacton, Suffolk, England)

An antique, Jacobean period room consisting of: (1) Fireplace mantel with elaborately carved oak over-mantel with two busts of a male and female in the half round. Note the multi layered mouldings and carvings typical of the best craftsmen of the day. The whole is divided in four sections by four lion headed capitals on pilasters. W 84 H 114 in., Firebox: W 66.5 H 65 in. (2) Four double doors. (4) W 62 in., Door: W 54 H 83 in. (3) Paneled walls. Elaborately carved with strap-work, simulated columns, acanthus leaf brackets, medallions (square, rectangular and octagonal, often with central five-pointed star). The lion head capitals repeat at panel tops. (5) W 63, (1) W 65, (2) W 86, (2) W 31, (2) W 38 in. Note: the lot also includes an apron, 10 ft. x 12 ft., cut limestone and leaded glass bay windows as shown in the black and white photo. Bay window: (approximate) W 90 H 100 in. Note the carved rosettes on the header section. Angled sides (not pictured): 49 in.

Literature: J. Harris, Moving Rooms: The Trade in Architectural Salvage, Yale University, 2007, p. 247.
Provenance: deaccessioned from the collection of the Denver Art Museum (Denver, CO).
Late 16th century
H 114 in.
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