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A William III style polychrome and gilt verre eglomisé armorial marginal pier mirror, early 20th century

UK: Greenford Park Warehouse

Estimate:

4,000

to
- 6,000 GBP

Distinguished Property from Osterrieth House in Antwerp

A William III style polychrome and gilt verre eglomisé armorial marginal pier mirror, early 20th century

A William III style polychrome and gilt verre eglomisé armorial marginal pier mirror, early 20th century

Estimate:

4,000

to
- 6,000 GBP

Distinguished Property from Osterrieth House in Antwerp

A William III style polychrome and gilt verre eglomisé armorial marginal pier mirror

early 20th century


the crest with a shaped mirror decorated with William III's coat-of-arms, the marginal plates elaborately decorated with foliate strapwork on a black ground within moulded giltwood borders, the twin plates divided by a narrow gold-ground bevelled glass border

152cm. high, 73cm. wide; 4ft. 11¾in., 2ft. 4¾in.

In very good condition. Rubbing to gilding on raised carved details of giltwood frame showing white gesso in these raised areas. Some re-touching to decorated surfaces.


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The combination of the Stuart Royal coat-of-arms and the Je Main Tien Dray motto and the escutcheon of Nassau (a lion rampant armed and langued gules) was used by William III during his reign, after the death of Queen Mary II, in 1694 and until his death in 1702.