Antique Mirrors

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Mirrors or Looking glasses were not only for ones reflection in but were used in the 17th and 18th century for throwing light into the room by using candles supported by candle arms at the side of the mirror frame, which were swept in front of the glass thus throwing the candle light into the room.

Pair of exceptional giltwood English Chinese Chippendale period mirrors

Pair of exceptional giltwood English Chinese Chippendale period mirrors

1790

A pair of carved giltwood mirrors, each having connected cartouches, with framed of s-and c-scrolls, waves, and rocaille, surmounted by a carved an...

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A pair of George l style victorian giltwood mirrors

A pair of George l style victorian giltwood mirrors

1890

A pair of Victorian giltwood mirrors, the frames carved with baskets of fruit flanked by eagles and enclosing shaped and bright cut plates in Georg...

£ 34000.00

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Pair of Chippendale style Gilt mirrors

Pair of Chippendale style Gilt mirrors

Circa. 1865

Pair of Chippendale style gilt wood mirrors, each shaped central plate surrounded by smaller plates within C-scroll foliate frames sur mounted by a...

£ 14500.00

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