19 May 2004
THE PROPERTY OF A LADY OF TITLE
A SWEDISH GILT-LEAD AND GILTWOOD MIRROR
BASICALLY 18TH CENTURY, REDUCED IN HEIGHT, GILTWOOD CLASP AND PLATES REPLACED
The divided rectangular bevelled plate within a slip surround, the arched cresting centered by a floral and scrolled strapwork-carved clasp, the outscrolled shoulders with flowerheads, the lower corners also with flowerheads, regilt
58 in. (147.5 cm.) high, 38 in. (96.5 cm.) wide
with Arne Schlesch, New York.
Acquired from Melissa C. Brumder, New York, in 1991.
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