15 April 2005
A REGENCY GILTWOOD CONVEX MIRROR*
POSSIBLY IRISH, CIRCA 1810
The circular plate within an entwined serpent-carved surround, with a printed paper label to reverse BARNBY BENDALL & CO/DEPOSITORY, CHELTENHAM/131, regilt
41 in. (104 cm.) high, 31 in. (79 cm.) wide
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A mirror with similarly entwined serpents bearing the trade label of S. Lindsay, 45 Lower Stafford Street, Dublin was included in an exhibition of Irish Georgian Furniture, Johnston Antiques, Dublin, 2000, no. 16.
This lot is exempt from Sales Tax.
PROPERTY SOLD FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE BROOKLYN MUSEUM
* This lot may be exempt from sales tax as set forth in the sales tax notice in the back of the catalogue.
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