Found, by chance, on the V&A's "Search the Collections" page - what a treasure trove! "Search 1,112,026 objects and 294,714 images from the V&A's collections"
"The Virgin and Child with Angels" was made in 1500-1520, in Styria, Austria, probably as part of an altarpiece; it measures 83 x 92 cm and can be seen in Room 27 of the museum.
This group of carved [limewood] figures was probably once part of an altarpiece that stood on or behind the altar in a Christian church. The flowing drapery and the dynamic poses of the two small angels and the infant Jesus, who is holding a pomegranate [symbol of the resurrection], all contribute to its vitality.