7 April 2009
A PAIR OF GEORGE II WALNUT AND PARCEL-GILT MIRRORS
Each with a swan's neck cresting centered by a cartouche above a rectangular plate, the frame flanked by pendant drapery, both with old Norman Adams paper trade labels to reverse, regilt
55¾ in. (141.5 cm.) high, 29 5/8 in. (75 cm) wide (2)
The Dukes of Northumberland, Alnwick Castle, Northumberland [by repute].
with Norman Adams, London.
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