A French Régence period painted wood grand mirror from the early 18th century with broken arch motif. Created in France during the Régence that saw the transition of power between King Louis XIV and his great-grandson, King Louis XV, this mirror features a soft colored painted ground complimenting the lines beautifully. Attracting our attention with its broken arch motif reminiscent of the early Gothic era, the mirror boasts a nicely distressed patina. With its elegant lines and understated presence, this French Régence grand mirror circa 1730 will make for a lovely addition to any home, perhaps hung above a console table or buffet.
Place of Origin: France
Period: 18th Century
Dimensions: 32"W x 65.25"H x 1.5"D
Inventory Number: WW236