18th Century, Pair of Italian Carved and Giltwood Mirrors
The pair of mirrors was made in Venice, Italy, around the middle of the eighteenth century, Louis XV era.
The carved and golden wooden frame, oblong, has a mixed pattern with mouldings moved on the upper and lower sides. A perforated top is richly carved and golden, with phytomorphic elements of rocaille taste. Perforated phytomorphic decorations enrich the base.
The mirrors, can be exhibited in cup or individually in any environment, such as entrance hall, corridor, rooms, studios and lounges. Very decorative, they are suitable alongside both antique and contemporary furnishings.
The mirror is not coeval.