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A Superb George I Carved Giltwood Pier Mirror, in the manner of Moore and Gumley

Having profuse scroll cresting centred by a cherub mask and flanked by a pair of eagles, the bevelled divided plates contained within a scroll and punched border
English circa. 1725
Illustrated in Graham Child’s ‘World Mirrors 1650-1900’, plate 51, page 79
Also illustrated in Lewis F Hinckley’s ‘Queen Anne and Georgian Looking Glasses’, plate 65, page 91

Height: 167 cm, 65″
Width: 92 cm, 36 1/4″
Depth: 9 cm, 3 1/2″

£58,000