Schöner Louis XVI-Trumeau-Spiegel mit Musikinstrumenten, Frankreich, 2. Hälfte 18. Jh.


French painted and giltwood Louis XVI trumeau mirror depicting a violin, sheet of music and foliage in the upper half, an allegory for Music. The rectangular mirror pane is framed by beaded and twisted mouldings, the corners accentuated by paterae and foliage. The bottom depicting a flamed cornucopia issuing scroling foliage. A trumeau mirror was originally intended to hang on a wall between windows, providing a decorative element and bringing more light to the room, due to its coloured background it can provide a focus to modern and traditional interior design.


OF THE PERIOD: Louis XVI Epoque, 2nd half of 18th ct.
MATERIALS AND TECHNIQUES: Carved, French grey and gilt wood
CONDITION: Wear consistent with age and use. Minor fading.
HEIGHT:
130 cm (4 ft. 3 in.)
WIDTH: 94 cm (3 ft. 1 in.)
DEPTH: 5 cm ( 1.97 in.)
Price Upon Request

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