London, South Kensington
8 July 2009
A PAIR OF REGENCY SIMULATED BIRDS-EYE MAPLE MIRRORS
With an arched plate, later decorated, one inscribed to the reverse in chalk 'Dukes Bedroom' and in pencil 'Bedroom, this bedroom was re-papered by H. Ark & J. Ball, Dec. 1914 & H. Hruie(?) done all the repairs for same. fixed new panelling'
41 in. (104.5 cm.) high; 41¾ in. (106 cm.) wide (2)
Supplied to John, 6th Duke of Bedford (d.1839), for Endsleigh, Devon, and by descent until sold by Endsleigh Charitable Trust, Christie's house sale, 20 and 21 September 2004, lot 910.
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