A related oval pier-glass wreathed by vines sacred to the festive wine-deity Bacchus, bears the label of the Looking-glass seller, John Booker of Essex Bridge, Dublin (d. 1789), sold by the late Mrs B. W. van Moppes, in these Rooms, 11 November 1999, lot 167. (The Booker family are discussed in D. FitzGerald, 'A Family of Looking-glass merchants', Country Life, 28 January 1971, pp. 195-199). Three oval pier glasses surrounded by fruiting vines are at Castletown, Co. Kildare, attributed to the Dublin carver Richard Cranfield (1713-1809) (Castletown, Guidebook, p. 10).
A further closely related pair of mirrors was sold anonymously, Sotheby's London, 7 July 1989, lot 54 (£11,880).