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A George III carved gilt pier mirror circa 1755 to a design attributed to Thomas Johnson

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Date: 

(1755)

Description: 

A George III carved gilt pier mirror circa 1755 to a design attributed to Thomas Johnson, the rococo frame incorporating ruined architectural follies, surmounted by a Chinaman with divided and marginal mirror plates, 8ft 6in x 3ft 9in.

ID:  124120

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

Lincolnshire

This item can be seen at The Usher Gallery, Lincoln when it is open to the public for 6 months every 3 years commencing from 2013 at all other times it is availble to view by appointment through the contact shown.