28 March 2007
A SWEDISH GILTWOOD, GILT-LEAD AND REVERSE-PAINTED GLASS MIRROR
POSSIBLY 19TH CENTURY
The rectangular plate surmounted by an arched serpentine cresting, with gilt edges joined by leaves
45½ in. (115.5 cm.) high, 26½ in. (67 cm.) wide
Arne Schlesch collection; sold Sotheby's, New York, 5 April 2000, lot 332.
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Please note that the correct height for this mirror is 45½ in. (115 cm.).
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