19th Century Carved Giltwood Mirror


  • £7,200.00
  • €8,035 Euro
  • $8,914 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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19th Century Carved Giltwood Mirror

An exceptionally fine quality mid-19th century all carved wood and gilt mirror, with original gilding and original plate. Overlapping bars adorned with three-dimensional drapes and wreaths of carved European flora create the principle rectangular frame surrounding the inner oval. The original central oval shaped mirror is finished with a 3cm bevelled edge, while the four corner mirrors add further depth to the decorative expanse.


  • H: 137.5cm (54.13in)
  • W: 107cm (42.13in)
  • D: 13cm (5.12in)


Mid-19th Century

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Babette Kulik and Michael Selzer are dealers specialising in twentieth century furniture and decorative arts. They joined forces in 2013, being both passionate about design and recognising that a great piece can transcend beyond a single movement or era.

Michael Selzer is a graduate in Fine art painting from St Martins College of Art and completed an MA in Curating contemporary art at Goldsmiths. As a specialist in post-war European and American art and 20th century decorative art and design, Michael began dealing in 1998. He has curated work by Tim Noble, Jason Shulman, Paul Winstanley and Mel Bochner and contributed to Art Review Magazine.

Babette Kulik began her career working in fashion, initially for Chanel later moving to Tom Ford for Gucci, before going solo and setting up a bespoke interior shopping service for clients internationally. As a taste-maker Kulik has also advised brands such as Hermès and John Lobb.

Kulik is really a dealer with turbo-charged extras. A mine of information…happy trawling the high street or scouring auction houses for the perfect piece.”
- Lisa Armstrong, The Times.

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