Medieval Peasant - Carlisle Cathedral Misericord Carving

Medieval Peasant


Taken from the beautiful and ornate carvings that can be found upon the misericords within the choir stalls of Carlisle Cathedral. This hand crafted reproduction has been produced from a mould taken directly from the original medieval carving and which captures all the fine detail applied by the master craftsmen that carved this in the middle ages, representing a true piece of English history and heritage.

Product Description

Medieval peasant.

Taken from the very fine set of medieval C.1400 – 1419 Misericords of Carlisle Cathedral, this carving is of a peasant. The carving shows the man with a beard and wearing head dress typical for the period and status of the poor man. Like most of the carvings on the Misericords at Carlisle Cathedral they have survived in remarkably excellent condition. This reproduction taken directly from the original captures the fine detail and workmanship that went into producing this carving 600 years ago. The carving gives a great insight of the every day working peasant of that period and it’s justification of being carved in the Cathedral to be preserved for centuries. Comes with wall fixing and product label.

Size (H) 15cm x (w) 12cm.


This is one of our unique and exclusive hand crafted Medieval reproduction carvings. This is a cast replica produced from a mould taken directly from the original carving found within Carlisle Cathedral, England. We have exclusive permission to take moulds from original medieval carvings from within the Cathedrals of Britain and to then reproduce them for sale. These reproductions are cast from a resin composite and then stained to give the product all the fine detail, feel and authenticity of the original carving.

Size (H) 19cm x (w) 15cm.


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