Antique Girandole Gilt Gesso Mirror, Wall, Vanity, Rococco, Late Georgian c.1800
This is an antique girandole mirror dating to the turn of the 18th and 19th centuries, circa 1800.
A super example, this wall mirror is framed in giltwood and gesso, the moulding around the later mirror plate displaying a garland of foliate detail sweeping back to the beaded edge against the wall.
The upper appliqué of swirling foliate branches flank a central rosette beneath scalloped shell crest.
To the bottom of the mirror plate a cherub gazes upwards entwined within the triple stemmed girandole.
A stunning mirror with four mounting lugs, delivered ready to be hung in the home.
Max width 51cm (20")
Max height 95cm (37.5")
Max depth 20cm (7.75")
Max width 38cm (15")
Max height 54cm (21.25").
Origin : United Kingdom
Manufacture Date : Circa 1800
Materials : Gesso
W: 51cm (20.1")H: 95cm (37.4")D: 20cm (7.9")
Georgian (1714 to 1837), Unknown
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