2 very attractive, delicately carved wooden panels, later framed and fixed at the reverse side to make it one piece. Also the hanging is newer.
The 2 panels are from the 18th ( may 19th ) century and attract by their high skilled craftsmanship.
The depict 2 scenes with little children. The upper scene is probably a scene of sacrifice with a altar at the centre and a little sheep at the right. The lower one is a harvest scene. While each detail is delicately carved the overall flair has much of the gesture of a painting.
There are no fault, no cracks or defects. The wood has a warm flair.
The object is 7,6 x 5,9 inches. It can be hung right away and sure attracts the attention of anyone looking at it.