21 - 22 June 1999
A WILLIAM IV GILTWOOD PIER GLASS
The later shaped rectangular plate within a pierced frame hung with fruit, flowers and birds surmounted by a pierced cresting of rocaille and flowers, fruit and a ho-ho bird
Almost certainly Sir William Coles Medlycott, 2nd Bt. (d. 1882).
By descent and sold with Ven House.
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'Ven House, Somerset' Country Life, 24 June 1911, p. 932.
H. A. Tipping, English Homes, Period IV, vol. I, 1920, fig. 485, p. 396.
The measurements are 93 in. (236 cm.) high; 55 in. (141 cm.) wide
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