A superior early nineteenth century convex or girandole mirror with two candle-arms, about 1810-1820, of diminutive size. The convex mirror sits within an ebonized reeded liner. The gilded frame itself is surmounted by a carved left-ward facing eagle on a rocky crag flanked by acanthus scrolls
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DIMENSIONS: Height: 40″, Width: 22″ (approximate).
PROVENANCE: A notable Virginia estate.
SOLD TO A NORTH CAROLINA COLLECTOR
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