The crests of this pair of mirrors - the central cartouche flanked by broken swan-neck applied with flowerheads - as well as their shell motifs and egg-and-dart edge carving are similar to an Irish giltwood pier glass probably supplied to Rt. Hon. William Connolly (d. 1754) for Castletown House, Co. Kildare, Ireland, which hung in Lady Louisa Connolly's Boudoir (The Knight of Glin & James Peill, Irish Furniture, Yale, 2007, p. 261, fig. 223). They also share similarities with a pair of Irish George II gilt-gesso pier-glasses supplied by John Booker in 1743 to Jenico, 10th Viscount Gormanston (1707) for the saloon at Gormanston Castle, Ireland (op. cit., pp. 84-5, fig. 107).