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French Louis XVI giltwood mirror. In a word, stunning.

French Louis XVI giltwood mirror. In a word, stunning.

Late Regency giltwood and ebonised convex mirror of large size Ca1820 England. 59"H x 32.5"W.

Late Regency giltwood and ebonised convex mirror of large size Ca1820 England. 59"H x 32.5"W.

1810-1814 French Cheval glass (Psyché) at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - From the curators' comments: "The psyche was so named for the heroine in La Fontaine's Les amours de Psyché, who was reputed to have looked at a full-length reflection of herself. Specific reference to the myth is in the frieze containing butterflies, symbols of Psyche. An identical gilt-bronze frieze was on a psyche made for Empress Marie-Louise in 1810."

1810-1814 French Cheval glass (Psyché) at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - From the curators' comments: "The psyche was so named for the heroine in La Fontaine's Les amours de Psyché, who was reputed to have looked at a full-length reflection of herself. Specific reference to the myth is in the frieze containing butterflies, symbols of Psyche. An identical gilt-bronze frieze was on a psyche made for Empress Marie-Louise in 1810."

GEORGE I WALNUT & PARCEL GILT GIRANDOLE MIRROR, England, c1720; ; M. Ford Creech Antiques & Fine Arts, Memphis, TN

GEORGE I WALNUT & PARCEL GILT GIRANDOLE MIRROR, England, c1720; ; M. Ford Creech Antiques & Fine Arts, Memphis, TN

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