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A fine pair of George I giltwood mirrors with rectangular plates and channelled eared frames carved with flowerheads within entrelacs on pounced grounds with egg-and-dart borders

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

A fine pair of George I giltwood mirrors with rectangular plates and channelled eared frames carved with flowerheads within entrelacs on pounced grounds with egg-and-dart borders, the broken pediment crestings centred by foliate cartouches, the friezes with masks flanked by ribbon-tied oak leaf and acorn foliage, the aprons with acanthus scrolls and conforming acorn and oak leaf swags, 89in. by 44in.

ID:  49360

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

Cheshire