14 September 2006
A SIMULATED ROSEWOOD AND GILTWOOD CHEVAL-MIRROR
The rectangular bevelled plate with a bead border supported by square uprights with brass ball finials, on down-swept legs with brass lion-paw caps and castors, redecorated, the uprights previously filled with candlebranches
56¾ in. (144 cm.) high, 23½ in. (59.5 cm.) wide, 27½ in. (70 cm.) deep
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