Second half of 18th Century, Pair of Venetian Louis XV carved and gilt wood mirrors
This fine pair of mirrors was made in Baroque Era in Venice in the second half of the 18th century.
The golden wooden frame is richly carved with rocaille decorations, with volutes and phytomorphic elements. Very particular, the decorations do not respond to a symmetry between the sides, thus enlivening the decoration that culminates at the top with a small perforated top.
This type of decoration makes the couple very decorative, suitable for any environment, modern or antique, in which they will bring warmth and brightness thanks to the gold leaf finish