This triptych was probably made for a private chapel in a church or family palace in the mid-fourteenth century. The wings open to reveal the image of the Virgin and Christ Child hovering in a blaze of golden radiance. The four female and four male saints have not been identified. The Christ Child receives a rose from a Bishop, possibly St Ambrose. The Annunciation is included at the top of the wings, with Gabriel opposite the Virgin. Below are the Adoration of the Kings and the Crucifixion. Decorative punching enriches the haloes and gold background of all the panels.