Elegant Neapolitan mirror of the second half of the eighteenth century entirely carved, sculpted and gilded with gold leaf.
The mirror looks like a triumph of carved wood with a movement that develops from bottom to top where it is possible to appreciate all its finesse.
The cymatium is a succession of volutes, rocaille, scallops and vegetable racemes.
Two feet with a rocaille pattern contribute to the elegance and refinement of this splendid object.
The mirror is made of mercury-salt glass and is contemporary with the wooden frame.
Provenance: Naples (1730/40)
General conditions: Excellent condition
Delevery information :
Shipping throughout Italy, Europe and the rest of the world at very low prices in maximum safety and traceable.
The shipment will be privately agreed and will not be of high cost.