London, South Kensington
5 December 2001
A GEORGE IV GILTWOOD AND GESSO OVERMANTEL MIRROR
the rectangular plate with a broken moulded cornice with a foliate and reeded frieze, bordered by half columns with acanthus scrolls with paterae at the angles, bearing a label 'BENJnELLIOTT LOOKING GLASS MANUFACTURE CARVER AND GILDER NO.19 ST JOHN STREET CLERKENWELL LONDON -- 58in. (147.5cm.) wide, 43¼in. (110cm.) high
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Benjamin Elliott, active between 1808-1829, traded from this address between 1816 and 1829.
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