18th century Rococo Italian Carved Giltwood Mirror from Tuscany
An Italian Rococo carved and gilt wood mirror dating back to the third quarter of 18th century. Of Tuscan origin, this antique mirror comes from a villa in Lucca and it is in overall good condition. Mirror plate of later date, beautiful carving with scrolls, foliate and geometrical patterns, pierced upper carving and curled feet; in perfect conditions, wear consistent with age and use.
height: 130 cm
width: 70 cm
Italian antique ivory color painted and giltwood mirror, dating back to early 19th century. This elegant Neoclassical overmantel mirror is decorated with giltwood floral and vegetal ornaments and two columns, fluted and decorated with golden masks and elements. Good age related condition, with later ivory painting and glass mirror.
Cembran pinewood frame and shaped cimasa are embellished with a deep carving, floral decorations, embellished with cherub heads, flanked by six winged putti masks, leaves and scrolls descending on the sides, supported by two angels, cornucopia with memento and crowns at the base. The lateral carving is enriched by further putti heads within scrolls, while the lower part of this antique mirror is adorned with vegetal motifs. The frame has an horizontal structure, centered by a modern mirror measuring 40 cm x 60 cm. The work comes from a private residence in Milan and it is in good condition, wear consistent with age and use, a minor missing leaf of the left lower part.