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Mirror, probably for White House, Kew (1733-34), attributed to William Kent. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

21 March 2014


Oval mirror, in a carved and gilt pine frame, surmounted by the crest of the Prince of Wales (three ostrich feathers encircled by a coronet). English, ca. 1735. Possibly designed by William Kent.
William Kent (-1748), possibly; John Boson, possibly
Probably London
Carved and gilded pine, with later additions to the base, and mirror glass

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