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A George I Green Japanned Dressing Mirror
England, circa 1720

A very rare George I green japanned dressing mirror in the manner of John Belchier. Of grand proportions, the adjustable arched bevelled mirror plate supported by turned finial mounted pilasters, above a bombé base section with a fall front opening to reveal a suede writing-surface and a variety of drawers and pigeon-holes, above a curved deep drawer fitted with open compartments. Standing on small stylised cushion feet. Extremely finely decorated throughout with wonderful gilt chinoiseries on a dark green ground.

Height 89.00cm (35.04 inches)
Width 48.50cm (19.09 inches)
Depth 31.00cm (12.20 inches)


Provenance

Partridge Fine Arts, New Bond St., London

Reference - N07.125