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A George II Palladian and Architecturally Drawn White Painted Pier Mirror (II)

Having accentuated unbroken pediment, with robustly carved egg and dart carving, above foliate and shell centred barrel frieze. The central bevelled mercury plate surrounded by re entrant frame, with further egg and dart, carved foliate, and trailing oak leaves and acorns flanking the sides. The possibility of uniting with a matched pair, also catalogued, is shown in the last image – further information available. English, c.1745
Provenance: Balls Park, Hertfordshire, by family descent.

Height: 149 cm
Width: 74 cm

£19,800