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1710 German (Augsburg) Silver mirror at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - Silver was often used in aristocratic and court Baroque furnishings in the 17th century, and some were also made in the 18th century #mirror

Mirror Johann Valentin Gevers (German, ca. Oak and pine veneered with tortoiseshell, silver, silver gilt, and green-stained ivory;

18th century French cabinet with decoration of plaques in porcelain de Sèvres, which was worth its weight in gold at the time.

Rococo decorative objects - century French cabinet with decoration of plaques in porcelain de Sèvres, which was worth its weight in gold at the time.

An early Louis XV carved giltwood mirror  circa 1725

An early Louis XV carved giltwood mirror circa 1725 - Dim: height 72 in. width 43 in.

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Silversmith: Johann Valentin Gevers (German, ca. Silversmith: Medallions possibly by Johann Andreas Thelot (German, Date: ca.

A Swedish baroque lead mirror last quarter 17th century height 27 1/2 in.; width 17 in. 70 cm; 43.5 cm

A Swedish baroque lead mirror last quarter century height 27 in. width 17 in.

Relief mounted as a mirror frame Maker: Wenzel Jamnitzer (German, Vienna 1507/8–1585 Nuremberg) ca. 1568 German, Nuremberg Gilded silver, ebony, mirror plate

Relief mounted as a mirror frame Wenzel Jamnitzer (German, Vienna Nuremberg) Date: ca. 1568 Culture: German, Nuremberg Medium: Gilded silver, ebony, mirror plate The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

A pair of North German Baroque giltwood mirrors possibly Swedish, first quarter 18th century

A pair of North German Baroque giltwood mirrors<br>possibly Swedish, first quarter century

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