SOLD: French Louis XVI Period 1790s Trumeau Mirror with Carved Allegory of the Arts

SOLD: A French Louis XVI period painted wood trumeau mirror circa 1790 with carved giltwood Allegory of the Arts at the top, depicting ribbon-tied musical instruments including a lute and a tambourine standing out on foliage and tassel. Enhance the elegance of your interior with this exquisite French Louis XVI period trumeau mirror from circa 1790. This trumeau features a rectangular shape with a light grey painted ground that serves as a backdrop for the carved giltwood Allegory of the Arts at the top. At the pinnacle of the mirror, you'll indeed find a captivating depiction of ribbon-tied musical instruments, including a lute and a tambourine, standing out against intricate foliage and tassel motifs. The beautifully carved giltwood motifs add a touch of opulence and sophistication to the mirror, making it a focal point of any room. The lower section of the mirror houses a mirror plate with a slight aging effect, adding a touch of antique charm to the piece. The mirror plate is elegantly surrounded by petite carved beads and twisted motifs, further enhancing the overall aesthetic appeal. The combination of the light grey painted ground, the intricately carved giltwood motifs, and the aged mirror plate creates a visually stunning piece that exudes timeless beauty and grace. The contrast between the painted background and the gilded accents adds depth and dimension to the mirror, making it a truly captivating work of art. This French Louis XVI trumeau mirror is sure to make a statement in any space, whether it be a living room, dining room, or hallway. Its classic design and exquisite craftsmanship are a testament to the grandeur of the Louis XVI period, making it a valuable addition to any collection or interior.
Place of Origin: France
Period: 18th Century
Dimensions: 32.6"W x 62"H X 2.75"D
Inventory Number: XX465
Price: $4,950