H: 118 in / 300 cm | W: 48 in / 122 cmDescription
Enclosed within a carved and gilded swept and shaped symmetrical frame, adorned with ‘C’ scrolls, foliated and floral ornamentation, with a central divider separating the two large mirror plates, with subsidiary outer mirror plates, with an etched trellis design to the upper pediment.
Squerryes Lodge, Westerham, Kent
The main house, Squerryes, was built in 1681 for the 1st Earl of Jersey; set in some 2500 acres of Kent countryside, the property adjoins Chartwell, home to Sir Winston Churchill.
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