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Made in England 1735 The architectural form and baroque detailing of the present mirror relates closely to early designs for 'tabernacle' frames promoted in a host of design books during the 1730s, issued by luminaries like Isaac Ware, William Jones, Batty Langley, Edward Hoppus and Abraham Swan amongst others. Deriving from the niches in that peppered classical temples, such as the Pantheon in Rome, the neo-Palladian 'tabernacle' mirror cunningly replaced the statue of a deity with the…

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Made in England 1735 The architectural form and baroque detailing of the present mirror relates closely to early designs for 'tabernacle' frames promoted in a host of design books during the 1730s, issued by luminaries like Isaac Ware, William Jones, Batty Langley, Edward Hoppus and Abraham Swan amongst others. Deriving from the niches in that peppered classical temples, such as the Pantheon in Rome, the neo-Palladian 'tabernacle' mirror cunningly replaced the statue of a deity with the…

A frame acts as a display case for a canvas and no old master painting can be imagined without one. Therefore Paris Tableau has invited two antique frames dealers: Montanari Gallery of Paris and Enrico Ceci of Formigine.  French Régence frame of carved and gilt oak, 26 x 36 cm / Montanari Gallery

A frame acts as a display case for a canvas and no old master painting can be imagined without one. Therefore Paris Tableau has invited two antique frames dealers: Montanari Gallery of Paris and Enrico Ceci of Formigine. French Régence frame of carved and gilt oak, 26 x 36 cm / Montanari Gallery

late 1500s Separate wooden picture frames were used in Italy from about the 15th century although they developed from earlier frames in both metal and wood on altarpieces. They were used to protect and enhance both secular and religious paintings.  As well as many picture frames acquired with paintings, the V&A acquired some frames - principally Italian renaissance in origin or style - as independent objects. They were usually chosen for the fine quality of their carving and decorative…

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late 1500s Separate wooden picture frames were used in Italy from about the 15th century although they developed from earlier frames in both metal and wood on altarpieces. They were used to protect and enhance both secular and religious paintings. As well as many picture frames acquired with paintings, the V&A acquired some frames - principally Italian renaissance in origin or style - as independent objects. They were usually chosen for the fine quality of their carving and decorative…

A George II gilt-gesso pier mirror Circa 1740 The reverse with a paper label inscribed MARIE LADY LEIGH. Over-gilt. height 6 ft. 3 in.; widtgh 37 in.

A George II gilt-gesso pier mirror Circa 1740 The reverse with a paper label inscribed MARIE LADY LEIGH. Over-gilt.

Государственный каталог Музейного фонда Российской Федерации

Государственный каталог Музейного фонда Российской Федерации

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A Giltwood Mirror. Unknown maker, English. Late eighteenth/early nineteenth century.

A Monumental Giltwood Mirror Unknown maker, English Late eighteenth/early nineteenth century Giltwood Unmarked 82 - Available at 2007 April Signature Fine.

century Venetian style wall mirror with heavily antiqued real silver leaf and mecca finish

Italian made in / around 1500 This piece is stored in the Victoria & Albert museum

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Frame Place of origin: Italy Date:about 1500 Materials and Techniques: Lime or poplar, carved, water gilded and painted tabernacle frame with sgraffito decoration;

Rokoko-Spiegel Berlin/Potsdam, um 1755/60. Johann Michael Hoppenhaupt d. Ältere (1709 – 1769). 145 x 90 cm

Rokoko-Spiegel Berlin/Potsdam, um Johann Michael Hoppenhaupt d. Ältere – 145 x 90 cm

French Victorian Crafts | French Victorian style gilt metal rectangular easel picture frame with ...

French Louis XV style gilt rectangular end table with pink inset marble top (19/20th Cent.)

REGENCY CARVED GILT WOOD PIER MIRROR Ca1810 Sweden. 59.75"H x 27.5"W x 3.5"D.

Regency period pier glass with gilt gesso Egyptian and Classical Revival decorative elements- probably English,

A George II giltwood mirror mid 18th century The rectangular plate surmounted by a swan's neck crest centering a gilt phoenix with berried swags descending at the sides. height 4ft 3in

A George II giltwood mirror mid century The rectangular plate surmounted by a swan's neck crest centering a gilt phoenix with berried swags descending at the sides.

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