This is a pairing of mid-19th century pewter bas reliefs with exquisite detail framed in an ovular black painted frame with glass.
Each piece depicts a scene from the medieval crusades of the the first king of Jerusalem and King of Belgium, Godfrey de Bouillon. Discovered in Belgium, these are in very good condition and tremendously beautiful in person. Signed by the artist in the relief.
Pricing is per piece and each measures 20.5" wide, 16.5" height and 2" deep.