Two (2) similar Southeast Asian, likely Thai, relief carved wood temple panels depicting figures and animals enclosed within a foliate carved frame. Overall dimensions – 9 1/4″ H x 31 3/4″ W & 9 3/4″ H x 31″ W. Late 19th/Early 20th century. Note: Acquired by the consignor’s father during his travels, including the Far East in the 1950’s, as part of his world touring business that catered to the rich and famous. CONDITION: Losses to darker stained panel, see right side. Overall general wear, some light grime, losses to one back corner on one panel.
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