An early 19th century Chinese lacquer dressing mirror

An early 19th century Chinese lacquer dressing mirror

China, c. 1810

A rare early 19th century Chinese lacquer dressing mirror, in black lacquer with gilt chinoiserie decoration of vines and vignettes of pagodas and landscaped rocky gardens, the original detachable oval mirror surmounted by a cartouche, the stepped serpentine base retaining two sets of highly decorated lacquer boxes in superb condition.

Literature
A similar example is illustrated in Carl Crossman's The China Trade and is in the collection of The Metropolitan Museum, New York. In Christopher Gilbert, Pictorial Dictionary of Marked London Furniture 1700-1840, an example retailed by the firm Town & Emanuel, is illustrated on p.453.

Provenance
The Edward Parker Collection, Allencoates, Lancashire.

Height 84.00cm (33.07inches)
Width 41.00cm (16.14inches)
Depth 29.00cm (11.42inches)

Ref No. D028

£8500.00

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