Tile, ca. 1725

Tile from upright rectangular panel of tiles; dark purple (manganese) on white ground showing arched framework; oval cartouche bearing double monogram (probably Lubert Adolf Torck), supported by pair of nude amors; pair of small amors holding crown above, borne by pair of female terms; surrounded by leafscrolls and foliations, with pair of flower-filled urns; top center, lunetted amor’s head pendented with rosetted lattice cartouche.

To be used in Rozendaal Castel. Intended to be viewed inset into a wall- indicated by the inclusion of a trompe-l’oeil marbleized edge that surrounds three sides of the panel.

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