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Hand carved giltwood wall mirror

Price £2,830 inc vat

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Hand carved giltwood wall mirror
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A fine hand carved giltwood wall mirror after John Linnell. The acanthus ‘C’ scroll framed marginal plates with a shell and cartouche crest enclosing a rectangular lattice astragal antiqued mirror plate.

The original George III circa 1770. From a Private London Collection.

Size Information Inches | CM

Width: 39¾ inches  |  Depth: 1¾ inches  |  Height: 70 inches

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The taste for replica furniture can be said to have started in England in the 18th c. It is difficult to pin point exactly, because of course designers have always taken influence from something which has gone before. Technically, one might ascertain the Renaissance as the beginnings of the tradition. From this period, designers were taking inspiration from Greek and Roman designs and interpreting them in to furniture. Up until the reign of Queen Anne, the influences on furniture were continuations and refinements of Gothic and Baroque colloquial styles – Queen Anne style being very refined and light. After Queen Anne came George I, and through the reigns of subsequent Georges did furniture become more and more influenced by Neo Classical designs, imported from the continent by the new King, from Germany.

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