Trunk lock and an iron hasp spotted in orbit and chiselled from the 16th century.
The rectangular palisade has on three sides a wide frame of friezes of ogival multi-lobed motifs pierced in orbit. Inside the frame, two small twisted columns extended by floral pinnacles, set in sconces, surround the hasp and the key reception area. The latter can be seen in the centre of a set of pierced ogival windows on which a canopy with a heart and a chiselled finial is fixed. At its sides, the hasp carved in high relief with a statue of Saint
Peter holding a key, is housed in a compartment whose base is pierced with lanceolate motifs. The mechanism is enclosed.
French work from the 16th century.
Modification in the fixing and hasp formerly adapted.
Height: 15,9 cm - Length: 12,4 cm
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Location of the item France - 75002 Paris