11553 AN UNUSUAL NEOCLASSICAL MIRROR IN THE FORM OF INTERLOCKING LAUREL WREATHS, RETAINING ITS ORIGINAL GILDING Probably Italian. Circa 1800. Measurements: Width: 34 1/2″ (87.6 cm); Height: 22 1/2″ (57 cm).
Of giltwood. The later plate visually divided into three parts is contained within two interlocking boldly carved and gilded wreaths. Minor repairs and touch ins. Backboard old but not original. Probably originally hung as an appliqué without glass.
The personal collection of Mario Buatta, 120 East 80th Street, New York