Sculpture in high relief marble representing two children, a little girl holding her little sister in the arms.
High-relief marble Medallion reconstituted and chiseled, signed and dated on the border "Edward William Wyon, 1848".
Edward William wyon (1811-1885) is a sculptor who specializes in medallions and known as engraver Carver of sculptures.
It is the follower of a dynasty of medallists and engravers-chasers.
Wyon was educated at the royal Academy from 1829 scools.
Among its orders, there were works for reproduction by wedgwood.
On the reverse of the medallion is inserted a bronze medal, appearing of the King of England refugee in France - 1689.
T he principle of the insertion of a medal to the other side of his works consisted a way of authentication for this sculptor deemed medallist for Wyon.
The work is presented in a setting of gilded wood, Rococo style, Victorian, mid 19 1848 em.
The medal engraved by Wyon of after eating: PERFUGIUM REGIBUS (asylum of the Kings).
The France, under the figure of a woman helmeted and battleship, advances to meet Jacques II, King of England and his wife, who is the Prince of Wales in his arm - the left, a coat of arms with the arms of Great Britain; on the right, the shield of France fleurdelis