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Lot 0547
A nice Rococo Revival porcelain mirror having handpainted foliate decoration and retaining its original beveled mirror circa 1930.

Provenance: From the original collection of the Maybrook mansion in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania. The 20,000 square foot Gothic mansion was originally built on its 67 acre property by liquor baron, real estate developer, and art collector Henry Clay Gibson in 1881. The mansion along with its art and antiques collection was passed on from the Gibson family to John W. Merriam, and then finally to his stepson Robert Lockyer, the current owner. Ht: 21" Width: 15" Depth: 2"

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ROCOCO REVIVAL PORCELAIN MIRROR HANDPAINTED 1930

Estimate $100 - $200Jun 22, 2016
2220 East Allegheny Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19134
United States
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