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  • An attractive English Adam-style mirror, c1900, gilded with swags and tails, with lovely bow details. High quality in excellent condition, first quarter of the 20th century. 


    ‘Adam-Style’ (or ‘Adamesque’) is an C18th Neoclassical style of interior design and architecture, as practised by Scottish architect William Adam and his sons, but which maintained its popularity well into the early 19th century when it was picked up by other makers and architects. The Adam-style is most notably identified by classical Roman decorative motifs, such as vases, vine swags and ribbons.



    H: 77 cm
    W: 42 cm
    D: 4 cm


    Ref: 1167

    An Elegant Adam-Style Mirror c1900

    SKU: 1167
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