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17th Century William and Mary Figured Walnut Marquetry Cushion Mirror

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17th Century William and Mary Figured Walnut Marquetry Cushion Mirror

From the restoration of the British Monarchy (1670-1685) we bring to you this charming walnut and marquetry cushion mirror depicting spring flowers and scrolling fleur-de-lis inside ebony and box strung break-arch reserves, on an ebony ground.

Condition
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Private collection North Yorkshire

Literature

A similar example of this early form of marquetry can be seen at Levens Hall, which was most likely supplied by Thomas Pistor to farther or son to James Grahme.

Dimensions
H 21.46 in. x W 19.69 in. x D 2.76 in.
H 54.5 cm x W 50 cm x D 7 cm
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