Mirrors

AN 18TH CENTURY IRISH GILT-WOOD MIRROR

An Imposing Irish George III Gilt-Wood Pier Glass

The top of the frame carved with C Scrolls, centred with brick work,

below stalagmites and a central spray of oak leaves,

flanked by opposing squirrels,

perched on trailing acanthus, above oak leaf branches,

above more acanthus carving and rock work, 

leading to a central female mask.

 

Irish, Dublin, Circa 1760

Height: 57.6inches,  146cm

Width: 34inches,  83cm

 

Price €45,000

 

Footnote, It is worth noting that a similar mirror of this form, retaining its original label made by John Booker, Essex bridge Dublin has recently been discovered.

 

 

AN IRISH GEORGE IV GILT WOOD CONVEX MIRROR

A MONUMENTAL IRISH GEORGE IV GILTWOOD CONVEX MIRROR

A Very Large and impressive George IV Convex Mirror,

The original circular convex mirror plate, with a black reeded ebonised border,

inside a giltwood acanthus border,

The top carved with a central crest crowned with acanthus,

flanked on either side by bold flowing acanthus,

the bottom with a scallop shell with flowing acanthus.

 

Irish , Circa 1825

 

Height: 72ins (183cms)

Width: 44.5ins (113cms)

 

Price,  €24,000 

 

A LARGE PAIR OF CHINESE CHIPPENDALE STYLE GILT WOOD OVERMANTLE MIRROR'S

A Fine Pair of 19th Century Chinese Chippendale Carved Gilt-wood Overmantles.

The original rectangular plates, flanked by marginal plates, 

with elaborately carved C & Scrolls, flowing acanthus leaves and stalactites,

the tops with a central Chinese figure,seated within a round c scroll frame,

flanked by Ho Ho birds.

 

Irish, Circa 1860

Height:  91.5inches,  229cm

Width: 71inches,       178cm

Depth: 5.9inches ,      15cm 

              

Provenance, Castle Forbes, Co Longford, Seat Of The Earls Of Granard.

 

Price €85,000