Circa 1900-1920 a pair of Victorian girandole mirrors with beautiful etched decorative glass mirrors and three brass candle sconces on each.
The girandoles are an exact pair; a right and a left, shown by the arched design of the birds and flowers on the glass, with butterflies and decorative foliage around the sides.
The wooden frames were probably once covered in a fabric, most likely a velvet as was popular during that period. The wood on the front is polished and smooth and on the back there are signs that the velvet – or a fabric was attached.
The mirrors are approximately 48cm in length and about 33cm at the widest point across the candle holders and both are in good condition.
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