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I have some 25+yrs in the antiques trade and sell good quality useable decorative antiques both English and continental my goods are a mix of restored and unrestored items I particularly like furniture aesthetically pleasing and practical. all pieces are checked over before delivery,drawers run freely and everything accurately described. I don’t mind a good old fashioned phone call I’m on 07792824137 thanks Anthony


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Regency Period Giltwood Convex Mirror with Fantastic Royal Provenance

Ref: P2 / LA186975

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Description

This is a genuine Regency convex mirror with the original plate and gilding. The plate has some foxing and there are minor signs of age to gilding which is commensurate with antique mirrors
16.75” inches across 2.5
42.5 cm x 6



Provenance- This mirror was part of the late Ian Thomas estate ..Proof of purchase

Ian Thomas is most well known for having been the Queen’s dress designer for over 20 years until his early death in 1992. Born in Oxford in 1929, he went onto study fashion at Oxford College of Art. On graduating in 1952, he worked as an assistant designer to Norman Hartnell, where he worked on Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation robes.

After 17 years working for Hartnell, Thomas opened his own couture business in Lowndes Street, Belgravia, in 1969. Under his own label he dressed many members of the royal family, notably making day and evening clothes for the Queen. Thomas was awarded a Royal Warrant as dressmaker in 1973. His success, according to The Independent lay in the fact that the Queen and ‘many members of society appreciated the restrained and understated elegance of his clothes.


Declaration

Anthony Wilkinson Antiques has clarified that the Regency Period Giltwood Convex Mirror with Fantastic Royal Provenance (P2 / LA186975) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being c.1811 / 1820.

Condition

Well preserved antique condition

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