The Beauneveu Lions – Carved for the Tomb of Charles V of France

"Carved for the tomb of a king, and shrouded in mystery for more than 200 years, the Beauneveu Lions were commissioned in the 14th century by Charles V of France for his tomb at the abbey of St. Denis, Paris, where they remained until the French Revolution."

Credit: Christie's 

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