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    large georgian revival mahogany and gilt mirror

    A very large and decorative Georgian revival shield shaped mirror. The mirror of typical Georgian design is embellished with carved and pierced work particularly nice are the Prince of Wales feathers in the centre which are most unusual. The mahogany is a good colour and the gilding is still stong. The mirror dates from the late Victorian period when there was a revival of Georgian design and this example is particularly good quality. The mirror is in great original condition including the mirror glass. The whole has a great country house look and is ready to hang. C.1890.
    overall sizes in inches:
    28 1/2 wide
    52 1/4 high
    At Prometheus Antiques we want our customers to be completely happy with our items, so why not view them in person at our showrooms at 55 Castlegate Newark, where we are open Monday to Saturday 10-5. If you are unable to visit us please purchase with the knowledge that we give a money back guarantee, if you are not satisfied, we only ask that you pay return transport costs.
    We are happy to organise deliveries to all destinations, but must state this is not included in the price, we are extremely competitive on your behalf price wise, and have many tried and trusted courier services.
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