A late 18th Century Adam period carved giltwood Mirror with gadrooned oval frame, surmounted by acanthus leaf and urn pediment with leaf and swag decoration and carved ribbon bow below. Circa: 1780

A late 18th Century Adam period carved giltwood Mirror with gadrooned oval frame, surmounted by acanthus leaf and urn pediment with leaf and swag decoration and carved ribbon bow below. Circa: 1780

Convex Black Scrying Mirror in Vintage Oval by SecretWindowMirrors, $25.00

Convex Black Scrying Mirror in Vintage Oval Frame

Convex Black Scrying Mirror in Vintage Oval by SecretWindowMirrors, $25.00

Louis XVI Style Trumeau Mirror

Louis XVI Style Trumeau

Harewood House is a country house located in Harewood near Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. Designed by the architects John Carr and Robert Adam, it was built from 1759 to 1771 for wealthy trader Edwin Lascelles, 1st Baron Harewood. Still home to the Lascelles family, Harewood House is a member of Treasure Houses of England, a marketing consortium for ten of the foremost historic homes in England. The house itself is a Grade I listed building; there are a number of features in the grounds ...

Harewood House is a country house located in Harewood near Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. Designed by the architects John Carr and Robert Adam, it was built from 1759 to 1771 for wealthy trader Edwin Lascelles, 1st Baron Harewood. Still home to the Lascelles family, Harewood House is a member of Treasure Houses of England, a marketing consortium for ten of the foremost historic homes in England. The house itself is a Grade I listed building; there are a number of features in the grounds and courtyard that have been listed as Grade I, II and II

Harewood House is a country house located in Harewood near Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. Designed by the architects John Carr and Robert Adam, it was built from 1759 to 1771 for wealthy trader Edwin Lascelles, 1st Baron Harewood. Still home to the Lascelles family, Harewood House is a member of Treasure Houses of England, a marketing consortium for ten of the foremost historic homes in England. The house itself is a Grade I listed building; there are a number of features in the grounds ...

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