*A GEORGE II CARVED GILTWOOD OVAL MIRROR A most unusual and rare mid 18th century carved giltwood oval mirror in the manner of William Kent. The replacement 18th century mirror plate having carved rope twist border and sanded surround with acanthus leaf moulding, centred by the head of Diana with cross-winged eagles either side and stylised shells on the sides with acanthus leaf scrolls, having further shell motif below, with ribboned palm leaf branches beneath. English, circa 1740

*A GEORGE II CARVED GILTWOOD OVAL MIRROR A most unusual and rare mid 18th century carved giltwood oval mirror in the manner of William Kent. The replacement 18th century mirror plate having carved rope twist border and sanded surround with acanthus leaf moulding, centred by the head of Diana with cross-winged eagles either side and stylised shells on the sides with acanthus leaf scrolls, having further shell motif below, with ribboned palm leaf branches beneath. English, circa 1740

Mirror  Place of origin: London, England (probably, made)  Date: 1735-1740 (made)  Artist/Maker: William Kent (possibly, designer)  Boson, J...

Mirror Place of origin: London, England (probably, made) Date: 1735-1740 (made) Artist/Maker: William Kent (possibly, designer) Boson, J...

A George III giltwood girandole mirror circa 1765, in the manner of John Linnell - Sotheby's

A George III giltwood girandole mirror circa 1765, in the manner of John Linnell - Sotheby's

A fine pair of mid 18th century Chippendale period carved giltwood girandoles with 18th century replaced plates within divided asymmetric cartouche shaped frames with pagoda roofed crestings, foliate branches and lattice fence, the sides each with profuse scroll and foliate carving, with scrolling foliate branches with brass nozzles and pans above a foliate pierced and mirrored pendant apron.English, circa 1765.Price range: £100,000

A fine pair of mid 18th century Chippendale period carved giltwood girandoles with 18th century replaced plates within divided asymmetric cartouche shaped frames with pagoda roofed crestings, foliate branches and lattice fence, the sides each with profuse scroll and foliate carving, with scrolling foliate branches with brass nozzles and pans above a foliate pierced and mirrored pendant apron.English, circa 1765.Price range: £100,000

The mirror surmounted by an eagle seated on rock-work over oak leaf and acorn carving, the convex mirror plate with ebonized reeded outer banding and outer ring, the base with shell an leaves.

The mirror surmounted by an eagle seated on rock-work over oak leaf and acorn carving, the convex mirror plate with ebonized reeded outer banding and outer ring, the base with shell an leaves.

Chippendale Period Oval Mirror -                          A fine Chippendale period Oval Mirror with inner bead carved border surrounded by an egg and dart section all within a concave outer edge. The top with a fine and elaborate cartouche framed within an elaborate surround.  c. 1760 -   Height 43.00inch (109.22cm),  Width 30.00inch (76.20cm),  Depth 4.00inch (10.16cm)

Chippendale Period Oval Mirror - A fine Chippendale period Oval Mirror with inner bead carved border surrounded by an egg and dart section all within a concave outer edge. The top with a fine and elaborate cartouche framed within an elaborate surround. c. 1760 - Height 43.00inch (109.22cm), Width 30.00inch (76.20cm), Depth 4.00inch (10.16cm)

An exceptional English rococo carved and gilded mirror frame in the style of Thomas Johnson – c.1750-1760.

An exceptional English rococo carved and gilded mirror frame in the style of Thomas Johnson – c.1750-1760.

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