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    what style is this?

    this is a top of a dresser i think. but i got another use for it. but what style is it considered
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    lion king?

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    Looks like a variation of Green Man. A stylized human face with leaf designs involved. You sample has plenty of Acacia leaves. Google green man and you'll see several examples.

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    thanks roger will do
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    +1 for Victorian
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Newby View Post
    Looks like a variation of Green Man. A stylized human face with leaf designs involved. You sample has plenty of Acacia leaves. Google green man and you'll see several examples.
    That is clearly a lion head. The green man will always be the definite face of a man.
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    Chuck...yer right! Second look changed my mind. Mebbe it was Burt Lahr?
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