A George III Style Giltwood Mirror
A George III Style Giltwood Mirror
A George III Style Giltwood Mirror
A George III Style Giltwood Mirror
A George III Style Giltwood Mirror

In the manner of THOMAS JOHNSON (worked from 1800)

A George III Style Giltwood Mirror

c. 1870 England

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A George III Style Giltwood Mirror in the Manner of Thomas Johnson. The arched cresting centred by a squirrel above the rectangular marginal mirror panel surrounded by rocaille rockwork and C-scrolls.

The pier-glass pattern, designed in George III picturesque fashion with mirrored frame of rustic water-dripped and shrub-entwined pilasters, derives from Thomas Johnson’s ‘Collection of Designs’, 1758 (pl. 4; left side; also reissued in ‘One Hundred and Fifty New Designs’, 1761, pl. 22). The squirrel can be related to those on mirrors, after another Johnson design, at Corsham Court, Wiltshire (see Edwards, R. & Jourdain. M. Georgian Cabinet-Makers, London, 1955 fig. 75).
Edwards, R. & Jourdain. M., Georgian Cabinet-Makers, London, 1955.
Dimensions
Height 215.00 cm (84.65 inches)
Width 125.00 cm (49.21 inches)
Depth 10.00 cm (3.94 inches)
Stock Code
B68451
Medium
Carved Giltwood
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