Antique French Louis Philippe Mirror France circa 1890 (39 1/2" wide x 61" high)
The large scale of this antique French Louis Philippe gold leaf mirror from France circa 1890 is topped with a distinctive cartouche inspired by the Régence period in France (1700-1730). The elaborate and symmetrical configuration of the cartouche is quite striking as is the shape of the original mirror glass that emphasizes the prominent placement of the cartouche. The broad profile of the frame complements the size of the mirror and showcases the liberal application of the original gold leaf decoration.
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5.00" w x 39.50" d x 61.00" h
12.70cm w x 100.33cm d x 154.94cm h
This handsome antique French Louis Philippe gold leaf mirror circa 1890 has a handsome scale and is topped with a distinctive cartouche. The elaborate and symmetrical shape of the cartouche is quite striking as is the elevation of the original mirror glass in the centre that gives the cartouche its prominent placement.