Parcloses mirror - 1st part 19th century

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Very good
Autre style
19th century
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Magnificent Parcloses Mirror with Golden Wood surrounds with leaf.
It is composed on each side of Pilasters with Silver Mercury Glass, dressed on the upper and lower parts of Sculptures Cut in Flower Motifs. These Pilasters are topped with Rectangles in Silver Glass, themselves crowned with a beautiful Shell with Volutes.
Its upper part has a “Gendarme Hat” shape, made up of four Glass Elements. They are separated from each other by Sheath Wood Elements with Protruding Patterns. This Pediment is embellished with a Pattern with three Carved branches, surrounded on each side by a Fall of Flowers and Foliage.
The lower part of this Decorative Object is divided into three sections: two small Mirrors at the ends surrounding a longer one in the middle.
The main Ice, Origin and Mercury, has a mark, a guarantee of its Authenticity, and which in no way hinders its use.
This Splendid Bicentennial Bead Mirror will fit harmoniously into the most prestigious interiors.
Period: 1st part 19th century
Very good condition, a slight mark located in the upper part of the main window.
Delivery possible, in France and in Europe, by our partner specialized in furniture transport.
Maximum length: 129 cm
Maximum height: 198 cm

Reference: 020221

Ref: 7NKX9KA65I

Style Autre style
Century 19th century
Height (cm) 198
Length (cm) 129
Weight (Kg) 90
Materials Bois doré
Shipping Cost By hand delivery
Shipping Time Ready to ship in 8-15 Business Days
Location 44810, Héric, France

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