-ON HOLD- A Swedish Rococo Period Mirror with Traces of the Original Blue Paint and Gilt, Circa 1780
All the details and fantasy of the Rococo style are captured in this charming little mirror with its undulating curves and fan motifs. The paint surface with touches of blue and cream gives it an ethereal allure. The old divided glass is intact and in good condition. ref. 7-8021 $4,200 33” high 12.5” wide 2.5”
This elegant mirror is an example of the fine and detailed carving of the Gustavian period. Despite its relatively small size it has a lot of impact with an elongated open-work top ending in a decorative fan. The richly detailed original surface shows slight touches of gilt. The old two-part mirror glass is from the
This mirror is a beauty, with original gilt throughout, and all the decorative details intact and in good condition. The top is adorned with a masterful bow over an oval medallion, framing a flower surrounded by leaves and vines. The divided original glass is in good condition, with just the right amount of age. This
This elegant mirror from the Gustavian period has the old divided glass and gilt ornamentation of flowers in a trumpet vase on a white ground topped with a gilt bow. The bottom panel shows a row of carved pineapples. The center medallion on a blue background is a carved image of a mother and child.
This elegant mirror was made in Stockholm around 1780 and bears the official stamp of the Stockholm Mirror Guild as well as the personal stamp of the maker and certified gilder, Lago Lunden (1744-1819). The mirror has a lovely gilded bow and delicate cut through carved details, The central raised medallion depicts a boy. The