Small collection mirror in silver metal with chiselled decor of a concert scene

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The story

In the Manor of La Jaillette, lived the the Viscount De Breuville, a proud and accomplished member of the aristocracy. Among his prized possessions was a hand-crafted silver metal face, sculpted with intricate detail and a striking expression. The mirror was over 50 years old, passed down from his mother who got it when a child.  He was a lover of history and art, and the silver face was a symbol of his cultural heritage. At every gathering, it would proudly display the face on a pedestal, drawing the admiration of his guests who were captivated by its beauty and craftsmanship. The silver face was a true testament to the Viscount ‘s impeccable taste and aristocratic roots.

This would be a Wonderfull gift for a young girl for a special occasion.

Stories do not necessarily correspond to reality. They are only given to illustrate a possible context of origin.

Weight 0.17 lbs
Dimensions 2.36 × 4.5 in
MATERIAL

Glass and metal silver

PERIOD

End of 19th, Early 20th century

CONDITION

Good condition. Wear consistent with age and use.

 

SKU: MC22-160

Small collection mirror in silver metal with chiselled decor of a concert scene

Small collection mirror in silver metal with chiselled decor of a concert scene

Regular price €531,95
Sale price €531,95 Regular price
Unit price