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Code: M7 - Queen Anne Pier Mirror

Queen Anne Pier Mirror

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This gilt-wood looking glass forms a design transition between the reign of Queen Anne and the Georgian period. The plain, double arched and moulded frame is enriched with a shell carved crest flanked by acanthus leaves and husks.

The plain moulded sides of this mirror might have originally intended this example to be placed on a pier wall between two windows. The deeply carved shell cresting is flanked to each side by scrolling acanthus leaves and trailing husks. The scallop shell has a rich symbolism, it recalls the birth of Venus and has become the badge of pilgrims to the shrine of James The Greater at Compostella in Spain.

Code: M7

Standard Size:
Height 930mm/36.5" - Width 360mm/14.1"








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