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A SWEDISH NEOCLASSIC GILTWOOD AND BLUE AND WHITE-PAINTED MIRROR
A SWEDISH NEOCLASSIC GILTWOOD AND BLUE AND WHITE-PAINTED MIRROR

CIRCA 1780, IN TWO-TONE GILDING

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A SWEDISH NEOCLASSIC GILTWOOD AND BLUE AND WHITE-PAINTED MIRROR
Circa 1780, In Two-tone Gilding
In two-tone gilding, the ribboned-tied cresting with oval medallions of a female between crossed torchs and drapery swags, the later rectangular plate within an eared, beaded and ribbon-twist frame on a Vitruvian scrolled plinth centered by a vase issuing flowers between further drapery swags, bearing a paper label inscribed in blue ink eherblal
80in. (203cm.) high, 38¼in. (97cm.) wide

Lot Essay

A similar neoclassic mirror with urn mounted finial hangs in the Nordiska Museet and is illustrated in H. Groth, Neoclassicism in the North, New York, 1990, p. 218, fig. 91.
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