This particular mirror was made in the Marche, in Italy, in the Baroque period, late seventeenth century.
The frame is made of carved wood and consists of several parts. The first, rectangular, golden contours the mirror. On the outside the frame is characterized by a profile richly carved with volutes, adorned with phytomorphic and architectural projecting and golden. The flat part is lacquered wood decorated with silver floral ornaments in punched leaf. The frame is crowned by a richly carved and gilded cornice that aesthetically balances the lower part, reaching down, from where a small shelf is projecting. The whole is very precious and decorative, making the mirror suitable for any environment, both ancient and contemporary, placed in an entrance hall, in a living room, a room or a study, placed over drawers and consoles or next to other paintings.
A conservative restoration will be carried out shortly. We point out the lack of some wooden portions.
3 200 €