A GEORGE II GILTWOOD PIER MIRROR
A GEORGE II GILTWOOD PIER MIRROR
A GEORGE II GILTWOOD PIER MIRROR
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A GEORGE II GILTWOOD PIER MIRROR

CIRCA 1730, POSSIBLY IRISH

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A GEORGE II GILTWOOD PIER MIRROR
CIRCA 1730, POSSIBLY IRISH
The later rectangular plate within a foliate-carved frame surmounted by a foliate and cartouche cresting flanked by a broken C-scroll pediment, the apron centred by a shell, the back inscribed in pencil, the decoration stripped and refreshed
62 in. (157.5 cm.) high; 30 ¼ in. (77 cm.) wide
Provenance
Almost certainly supplied to Dudley North M.P. (1684-1730) for Glemham Hall, Suffolk and by descent to the Earls of Guilford at Glemham Hall, Suffolk until circa 1923 and then at Waldershare Park, Kent.
The Executors of the 9th Earl of Guilford; sold Christie's, London, 6 July 2006, lot 37.
Acquired from Anthony Fell, June 2007.
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Lot Essay

The inscription to the reverse relates to John Browming who was the Lord Guilford's Steward at Glemham Hall in the late nineteenth century.

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