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This impressive mirror has an arched rectangular plate set within a tortoiseshell and brass inlaid boulle frame with Sèvres Style Porcelain plaques and gilt bronze mounts.
The reverse of the mirror bearing a trade label for James A Butti, 7 Queen Street, Edinburgh.
James A. Butti, ‘Fine Art Collector and Dealer in Articles of Virtu’, operated from 7, Queen Street, Edinburgh in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Amongst his most import clients was General Augustus Pitt Rivers who founded the Pitt Rivers Museum in Oxford in 1884
|Height||182.00 cm||(71.65 inches)|
|Width||153.00 cm||(60.24 inches)|
|Depth||7.00 cm||(2.76 inches)|