A PAIR OF GEORGE II KINGWOOD AND PARCEL-GILT MIRRORS
A PAIR OF GEORGE II KINGWOOD AND PARCEL-GILT MIRRORS

CIRCA 1740

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A PAIR OF GEORGE II KINGWOOD AND PARCEL-GILT MIRRORS
Circa 1740
Each rectangular bevelled plate within a surround with outset corners, the swan's neck cresting with central cartouche, the plate flanked by trailing carved oak leaves, with a pair of brass candlearms cast with masks and foliage and with gadrooned drip pans and cylindrical nozzles, with shaped base, regilt
63in. (160cm.) high, 36in. (92cm.) wide (2)
Provenance
With John Keil, London.
Acquired from Hotspur Ltd., London.
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