[79] [80] [79] 80 GROUP OF CARVED BOXWOOD NUREMBERG, 16TH CENTURY Two worthies parading. The gentleman in a magnificently em-broidered cloak with wide sleeves, wearing gloves in his left hand. With his right hand he guides his spouse, who is dressed in volumi-nous robes with embroidered giant sleeves. Her skirt and underskirt plaited in stiff folds. They both wear flat headdresses; the man’s hat with a feather. The man’s attire is particularly interesting for the fact that he is wearing armour under his gala cloak. From his neck is suspended a chain with a medallion. The costume details and the dexterous handling of the hair add considerably to the charm of this sculpture. Height, 8 inches; width, Ph inches Closely related to the work of Hagenauer. Compare « La Collection Spitzer », Paris, 1891, vol. 3, pp. 264 and 265. From the Spitzer legacies. [SEE ILLUSTRATION] 81 FOUR BOXWOOD BAS-RELIEFS FRENCH, EARLY 18TH CENTURY Four natural boxwood bas-reliefs with portraits, allegories and trophies. (4) From the Spitzer legacies. 82 TWO BOXWOOD BAS-RELIEFS FRENCH, EARLY 18TH CENTURY Pawns of the game of tric-trac, one dark and one light. The dark one with portraits of Louis Quatorze and Charles VI. The light one with the marriage ceremony of two personages in Roman costume, and rosette. (2) Diameter, 214 inches From the Spitzer legacies. 27