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Look at what I found on the Online Galleries website!
Lovely details in the gesso, the cupid face in the apron is so cute I have used it as our Twitter avatar. There would have been candle-arms originally, of course. It is easy to forget, in our era of electric lights taken for granted, how important mirrors and gilding were for increasing the light level in a room. Hardly any original candle-arms ever seem to have survived, perhaps broken over time because they stuck out, or perhaps removed and discarded as gas and then electric lights were taken up.
|Height||120.00 cm||(47.24 inches)|
|Width||65.00 cm||(25.59 inches)|