Chinese Chippendale Style Pagoda Mirror with Ho Ho Birds


Distinctive George III Chinese Chippendale style wall or pier mirror crafted by Friedman Brothers decorative arts in Florida. The highly decorative mirror features an oval form topped with a pagoda and flanked by Ho Ho Birds. Embellished with flowers, climbing vines, scrolls, and swag. The giltwood is accented by red and green lacquered highlights throughout the piece. Both sides of the mirror have bamboo supports in gilt. The mirror plate has intricate thick beveling on the border done painstakingly by hand. The giltwood finish has an intentionally aged, distressed patina on the finish to mimic a 19th century piece. From an estate in Napa Valley, CA.

Dimensions: 27.5"w x 2"d x 51"h

Circa: 20th Century, United States

Materials: Giltwood, Glass

Condition: Good, minor wear consistent with age and use. Beautifully crafted in very good condition. Small loss on bottom as seen in photos. Intentionally distressed patina.

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