This charming pair of mirrors was made in Italy during the 18th century. The decoration of these mirrors consists of multiple rockery elements, confusing scrolls, shells and crosspieces, particularly highlighted for the pediment and the lower part of the mirrors. The technique used is that of tin plating, consisting in applying a layer of tin on a metal part, in this case copper. The use of this technique makes it possible to accentuate the initial desire of the mirror to illuminate a space. Indeed, the combination of the reflective part of the mirror with the material of the surrounding frame creates a real radiance.
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