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Reproduction Queen Anne Mirror
A richly flamboyant focal point for the foyer, dining room, or hall. This WILLIAMSBURGŪ Reserve looking glass by Carvers' Guild is an authentic reproduction of a gilt mirror in The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation collections. The original was made in England circa 1720-1740, and currently hangs in the Great Room of Colonial Williamsburg's Wetherburn Tavern. An excellent example of late baroque styling, it features a rectangular frame with gessoed leaf decoration, crests with rosettes at each side, and the raised head of a woman in the center-all of which serve as a testament to the carver's skill. Like the antique, our reproduction boasts a (optional) pair of sconces attached to the frame. Looking glasses with candle-bearing arms were used as a way to amplify reflected light in times before electricity. This piece is created from wood and resin with a gold metal leaf finish.
Reproduction Queen Anne Mirror with Sconces (50"H x 25"W)
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