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This mirror was made at the end of the Regency Period and is inspired by Roman architecture. Verre églomisé, is a French term which means glass gilded. This process involves the gilding of the reverse side of a sheet of glass. The technique dates back to pre-Roman times and was revived by the art-dealer Jean-Baptise Glomy (1711–1786). The term for this process is a derivation of his name.
|Height||12.50 inch||(31.75 cm)|
|Width||15.50 inch||(39.37 cm)|