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Taken from the medieval carvings found upon the misericords and supporters in the choir stalls of Beverley Minster. This is one of a unique set of carvings seemingly done by the same craftsmen during a short period showing many aspects of everyday life of the ordinary medieval person. They show scenes with both a sense of humour and teachings of moral importance especially from the view of the Catholic Church. This carving is of an Archer, in medieval times it would have been expected that a man would practice archery for times of military duties when called for by the ruling authorities.
Taken directly from the original carving this reproduction captures all the fine detail produced by the master craftsmen that carved the original. Designed to be wall mounted, comes with hanging hook and product label.
Size 4.7in diameter.
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