6 March 2008
AN ITALIAN SILVER-GILT AND PART-PAINTED MIRROR
The divided plates within a scrolling foliate and rocaille frame, surmounted by two cherub masks, with vine leaves and fruit to the sides, redecorated, the plates apparently original
52¼ in. (132.5 cm.) high; 35 in. (89 cm.) wide
Villa Cavalli, Teolo, Padua, Italy.
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