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A MATCHED PAIR OF MONUMENTAL ITALIAN WHITE-PAINTED AND PARCEL-GILT MIRRORS
A MATCHED PAIR OF MONUMENTAL ITALIAN WHITE-PAINTED AND PARCEL-GILT MIRRORS

ONE CIRCA 1820-1830, THE OTHER CIRCA 1900

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A MATCHED PAIR OF MONUMENTAL ITALIAN WHITE-PAINTED AND PARCEL-GILT MIRRORS
ONE CIRCA 1820-1830, THE OTHER CIRCA 1900
Each with divided rectangular plates within a moulded frame, flanked by half-pilasters
141 ¼ in. (359 cm.) high; 81 in. (206 cm.) wide
Provenance
Villa Quartara, Genoa (previously known as Palazzo Spinola); sold Sotheby's, London, 13th December 2000, lot 263.
Literature
A. Cappellini, Genova, Revisita Municipale, March 1932, p. 254.

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Villa Quartara in Genoa was acquired by the nobleman Emanuele Quartara from the Spinola family, who resided there between 1813 and 1889.

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