This finely executed mirror relates closely to the work of the royal cabinet-makers Thomas and René Pelletier, sons of Jean Pelletier (d.1704). This family of carvers and gilders of French Huguenot extraction supplied pier tables, mirrors, candle stands and frames to William III and Queen Anne as well as for other notable patrons such as Ralph, Earl and later 1st Duke of Montagu, Master of the Wardrobe to William III, for his London home and Boughton House, Northamptonshire. A mirror with verre eglomisé borders from Halnaby, Yorkshire, and now in the Victoria and Albert Museum features a comparable cresting, see T. Murdoch, 'Jean, René and and Thomas Pelletier, a Huguenot family of carvers and gilders in England 1682-1726', The Burlington Magazine, part II, June 1998, p. 371, fig. 16. Another similar example was sold in these rooms 10 April 2018, lot 32.