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A PAIR OF FRENCH BRONZE AND ORMOLU-FRAMED TRIANGULAR WALL MIRRORS
A PAIR OF FRENCH BRONZE AND ORMOLU-FRAMED TRIANGULAR WALL MIRRORS

BY TOULOUSE, AFTER A DESIGN BY EMILIO TERRY, MODERN

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A PAIR OF FRENCH BRONZE AND ORMOLU-FRAMED TRIANGULAR WALL MIRRORS
BY TOULOUSE, AFTER A DESIGN BY EMILIO TERRY, MODERN
Each with an interlaced trefoil and bevelled plate
8 in x 7½ in. (20 cm. x 18 cm.) (2)

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Emilio Terry is rightfully recognised as one of the principal avant garde designers of the 20th Century. Born in Paris in 1890, he was the son of a wealthy Cuban planter. Terry's architectural oeuvre clearly reflects his eclecticism, varying from the 1922 Bath House at Lutry - a homage to Palladio - to the 'Style Louis XVII' employed for M. Stavros Niarchos's hotel de Chanaleilles.

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