A GEORGE III GILTWOOD AND EGLOMISÉ MIRROR
LATE 18TH CENTURY
The oval plate within a beaded border and outer slips, the cresting with an oval eglomisé panel depicting a classical scene with a hunter and a lady with a child, flanked by trailing fruiting grape vines and surmounted by wheat sheaves, re-gilt, traces of blue paint
60in. (152cm.) high, 32½in. (82cm.) wide
A rectangular mirror with nearly identical cresting and draped with grape vines is illustrated F.L. Hinckley, Queen Anne and Georgian Looking Glasses, p.207, fig.253.