H: 62 in / 158 cm | W: 34 in / 86 cmDescription
A Fine Looking Glass in the Mid Eighteenth Century Manner
The shaped frame constructed of Walnut veneer, with extensive carved decoration, gilded, housing an arched mirror plate contained within a rococo border, showing icicle cascades, foliates, and animals and birds, and atop, a pierced canopied balcony, festooned with flowering roses.
English, Circa 1860.
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