This fine Baroque mirror was made in Venice (Italy) at the beginning of the 18th century, Louis XV Era.
The rectangular mirror is circumscribed by a golden wooden frame with three bands: an internal one carved with a palmette pattern, a central one smooth and an external one with phytomorphic elements. Around it develops a real triumph of gold carvings, with large volutes, curls and foliated elements carved in the openwork wood. The refined richness of the carvings finds maximum expression in the cymatium in which stands a large crown placed at the top of the phytomorphic elements.
Stylistically the mirror can be approached to the works of the famous wooden sculptor Andrea Brustolon (Belluno, 20 July 1662 - 25 October 1732), great protagonist of the Venetian Baroque.
Highly decorative and of great executive quality, this mirror will bring elegance, light and warmth in every room, placed over a dresser or a console, inserted in a living room, a study, an entrance hall, but also in a bedroom. Very refined and of remarkable sculptural virtuosity it is suitable next to antique furniture, although it lends itself to being placed side by side with contemporary furniture.
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