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A GEORGE III CHIPPENDALE PERIOD MIRROR

england , circa 1760

A superb mid 18th century carved Chinese Chippendale period white painted and parcel gilt mirror, the divided plates surmounted by an elaborate arched cresting centred by a chinosierie pavilion housing a gilded fountain. The central plate flanked by border glass panels, with ho-ho birds and beautiful elaborate scrolling branches on each side, the shaped apron centred by a cartouche containing a stylised foliate spray.

Provenance

With Stair & Company, Mayfair, London, 2002
With Ronald Phillips Ltd., London

Stock number

Q12.150
Height: 74 in (188 cm)
Width: 41³/₄ in (106 cm)
A superb mid 18th century carved Chinese Chippendale period white painted and parcel gilt mirror, the divided plates surmounted by an elaborate arched cresting centred by a chinosierie pavilion housing a gilded fountain. The central plate flanked by border glass panels, with ho-ho birds and beautiful elaborate scrolling branches on each side, the shaped apron centred by a cartouche containing a stylised foliate spray.
Apollo, June 2001, with Stair & Company (illustrated)
The Grosvenor House Fair, 2002 Catalogue, with Stair & Company, p.157 (illustrated)
Ronald Phillips Ltd., Antique English Furniture, 2007, p. 19 (illustrated)
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