This charming pair of mirrors was made in Italy during the 18th century.
The decoration of these mirrors is made up of multiple rocaille elements, mixing
scrolls, shells and crosses, particularly emphasized for the pediment and the
the lower part of the mirrors. The technique used is that of tinning, which consists of applying a layer of tin to a metal part, in this case copper. The use of this technique accentuates the mirror's initial intention to illuminate a space. Indeed, the combination of the reflective part of the mirror with the material of the frame that surrounds it creates a real radiation.
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Please note that packing and shipping costs are not included in the price of the objects which are quoted ex shop.
Final amount including packing and shipment to be discussed with Galerie Alexandre Piatti.
10 800 €