Large George III - Regency Convex Mirror. A very rare and impressive English convex mirror circa 1810. A finely carved double eagle headed lyre surmounting a plinth. The lyre,an attribute of poetry, originally being a gift from Mercury to Apollo with the caduceus given in exchange. For Sale from Hunt Antique Mirrors on Antiques Atlas. To locate the item type the id code as479a023 into the search on Antiques-Atlas.com
Regency Eagle Crested Convex Mirror. Regency Convex Mirror With Beautifully Carved Eagle Surmount On A Rocky Outcrop, Flanked By A Pair Of Brass Candle Arms Ending With Drip Trays And Lustres. Attributed To Thomas Fentham. For Sale from Heritage Argyle Antiques on Antiques Atlas. To locate the item type the id code as371a365 into the search on Antiques-Atlas.com.
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If you ask anyone West of the city about the perfect way to spend a weekend, the majority will clasp their hands and declare with a rapturous expression that it simply has to be a visit to the now iconic @petershamnurseries in Richmond. Those of us East of the city will say 'I've been meaning to visit for years but it's just too far!'.
To the relief of anyone with a penchant for the enchanting, the Nurseries have opened their long awaited second venture in the more conveniently located Covent Garden. Hooray! Take a tour on the blog today by clicking in the link in my profile! ✨