A French Louis XVI period giltwood pareclose mirror circa 1790 with carved bouquet of flowers. Enhance the elegance of your space with this exquisite French Louis XVI period giltwood pareclose mirror from the late 18th century. Crafted with impeccable artistry, this mirror showcases the timeless beauty and intricate details characteristic of the era.
At the top, a removable carved crest steals the spotlight with its splendid bouquet of flowers. A skillfully carved basket overflows with delicate roses and lush foliage, creating a captivating focal point that exudes grace and natural beauty.
The rectangular frame of the mirror features protruding corners adorned with elegant medallions, adding a touch of sophistication to the overall design. Carved pine cones flank the top, further enhancing the ornate aesthetic of the piece. The frame is discreetly adorned with twisted motifs, adding depth and texture to its appearance.
The mirror plate exhibits a charming patina, with subtle signs of aging that add to its allure and authenticity. The giltwood frame showcases a rich red undertone, infusing warmth and opulence into any space it adorns.
With a depth of 3 inches, the removable crest stands out as a striking centerpiece, while the frame measures 1.3 inches in depth, providing a balanced and visually appealing composition.
This French giltwood pareclose mirror embodies the exquisite craftsmanship and attention to detail that defined the Louis XVI period. Its intricate carvings, luxurious gilt finish, and captivating floral motif make it a statement piece that will elevate the ambiance of any room.
Place of Origin: France
Period: 18th Century
Dimensions: 22.5"W x 38.5"H
Inventory Number: YY53