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Early George III 18th Century Oval Carved Giltwood Mirror


This exceptionally well-carved mirror is a classic example of the crossed bough style of mirror. These mirrors were in vogue from the early 1760's through to the 1770's with a number of notable makers producing designs, including Linnell Ince and Mayhew and Thomas Johnson. Ref: Ince & Mayhew ‘Universal System of Household Furniture’ Plate LXXVII ‘William & John Linnell’ by Hayward & Kirkham, Plate 221 Thomas Johnson ‘A New Book of Ornament’, Plate 7


  • Dimensions

    H 4 ft. 8 in. x W 2 ft. 7 in. x D 3.94 in.

    H 142 cm x W 79 cm x D 10 cm

  • Seller location
    Bradford on Avon, GB
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