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Mirror Place of origin:London Date:ca. 1707 (made) Makers:Pelletier, &  René Pelletier, Thomas

Mirror made 1707 Pelletier, René & Thomas The mirror most likely was made in the workshop of Thomas Pelletier (born died after & Rene‚ Pelletier (active died

An English scagliola and gilded gessoed mirror last quarter 17th century, attributed to Baldassare Artima  Sotheby's

An English scagliola and gilded gessoed mirror last quarter century, attributed to Baldassare Artima

A GEORGE II OVAL GILTWOOD MIRROR (4466301) (c. 1755 England)Dimensions 83.00cm wide 155.00cm high (32.68 inches wide 61.02 inches high)he design of this mirror very closely resembles a drawing in Thomas Chippendale's first edition of ‘The Gentleman and Cabinet-Maker’s Director’.   Price: £50,000-£100,000

A GEORGE II OVAL GILTWOOD MIRROR (c. 1755 England)Dimensions wide high inches wide inches high)he design of this mirror very closely resembles a drawing in Thomas Chippendale's first edition of ‘The Gentleman and Cabinet-Maker’s Director’.

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Silversmith: Johann Valentin Gevers (German, ca. Silversmith: Medallions possibly by Johann Andreas Thelot (German, Date: ca.

Mirror Date: third quarter 17th century Culture: British Medium: Silk on satin Dimensions: H. 59 1/2 x W. 31 inches (151.1 x 78.7 cm) Classification: Textiles-Embroidered Credit Line: Gift of Irwin Untermyer, 1964 Accession Number: 64.101.1333

Mirror Date: third quarter century Culture: British Medium: Silk on satin Dimensions: H. 31 inches x cm) Classification: Textiles-Embroidered Credit Line: Gift of Irwin Untermyer, 1964 Accession Number:

AN ITALIAN ROCOCO POLYCHROME-PAINTED AND CARVED GILTWOOD TRUMEAU SICILY, MID-18TH CENTURY height 86 in.; width 44 in.

AN ITALIAN ROCOCO POLYCHROME-PAINTED AND CARVED GILTWOOD TRUMEAU SICILY, MID-18TH CENTURY height 86 in.; width 44 in.

A Régence carved giltwood mirror possibly South German, circa 1720 Sotheby's

A Régence carved giltwood mirror possibly South German, circa 1720 height 55 in. width 39 in

George III Verre-Eglomise Mirror. Carved & Gilt Wood and Mirrored Glass with a Verre-Eglomise Panel Depicting Charlotte at Werther's Tomb, from the Novel: Die Leiden des Jungen Werthers (The Sorrows of Young Werther) by Goethe, 1774. Panel is Signed and Dated; "L. Phillips, 1792". England. Circa 1792. 56" x 27" (142cm x 69cm).

Very Fine and Rare George III Giltwood Mirror with Verre Eglomise Panel

Very Fine and Rare George III Giltwood Mirror with Verre Eglomise Panel The panel is signed and dated;

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