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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

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.

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

Frame  Late 17th–early 18th century Spanish or Southern Italian  Parcel-gilded and enameled silver, pastes (artificial diamonds) backed by pink metal foil

Frame Late century Spanish or Southern Italian Parcel-gilded and enameled silver, pastes (artificial diamonds) backed by pink metal foil

Exceptional églomisé glass mirror with giltwood pediment originating from the Château de Serrant, France, Louis XIV, 1700 - It is characteristic of the productions of the late seventeenth century technique that experienced an ephemeral high fashion demand. Dim: H. 263 cm, L. 139,5 cm, P. 12 cm.

Exceptional églomisé glass mirror with giltwood pediment originating from the Château de Serrant, France, Louis XIV, 1700 - It is characteristic of the productions of the late seventeenth century technique that experienced an ephemeral high fashion demand. Dim: H. 263 cm, L. 139,5 cm, P. 12 cm.

An Italian engraved clear and blue glass carved giltwood mirror in Venetian baroque style, 19th Century, incorporating 18th century elements Sotheby's

An Italian engraved clear and blue glass carved giltwood mirror in Venetian baroque style, 19th Century, incorporating 18th century elements Sotheby's

1stdibs | Rococo Chippendale Mirror

For Sale on - A superb Rococo Chippendale carved giltwood looking glass retaining its original central plate, having a pagoda cresting and elaborately carved acanthus

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 The panel is signed and dated;

A GUSTAV IV SWEDISH NEOCLASSICAL PARCEL-GILT AND POLYCHROME-PAINTED MIRROR LATE 18TH CENTURY

A Gustav IV Swedish Neoclassical parcel-gilt and polychrome-painted mirror late century

part-ebonized giltwood octagonal convex mirror circa 1810

A Regency part-ebonized giltwood octagonal convex mirror circa 1810 - Cresting, foliate sides and apron later - Dim. wdith 23 in.

Wood mirror with antiqued goldleaf finish and beveled glass. Hand carved and hand finished in Italy. 39 in. W x 56.5 in. H

18th Century Venetian Style Carved Gilt Mirror

Wood mirror with antiqued goldleaf finish and beveled glass. Hand carved and hand finished in Italy.

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