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  • Friedman Brothers Venetian Scalloped Edge Mirror
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    Friedman Brothers Venetian Scalloped Edge Mirror
    This is a Mid-century Venetian-style large mirror from the 1950s. Frame is carved wood with a silver and gold gilt finish giving the mirror a warm silver appearance that shows highlights of gold in the light. It is in generally good condition with some wear consistent with age and use as well as with other versions of the mirror on the market. There are some minor flaws in the frame and a couple small spots in one area of the mirror. The paper backing has become very dry over the years and some has fallen off, but this can be easily and inexpensively replaced. Hardware allows it to be hung horizontally.
  • Friedman NYC Regency Gilt Beveled Mirror
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    Friedman NYC Regency Gilt Beveled Mirror
    Gilded and lacquered mirror with hand-carved leaf and classic Regency design by Friedman Brothers Decorative Arts Inc., NYC, American 1950's. FRIEDMAN BROTHERS Gold Gilt Regency Style Beveled Glass Mirror ~ VINTAGE! This auction acquisition is one of our favorite pieces~ This high quality FRIEDMAN BROTHERS Mirror adds luxe and elegance to any room in your home. Since 1903, Friedman Brothers has been the World's premier creator of custom handcrafted decorative wall art for elegant interior design settings. Friedman Brothers products are found in some of the most prestigious locations around the World, including the halls of The Vatican and The White House. From private residences to World-class hotels, interior designers use Friedman products to enhance the prestige and elegance of their projects. Amazing vintage condition—this was from an estate who's signature designer decorative accessories and furnishings ranged from 1950 to 1980. They're home was exquisitely appointed and we were thrilled to add this functional and fabulous piece for your design and shopping pleasure. Beveled glass mirror is of the highest quality—with fluted column sides with ribbon tie details and ornate accent fleur de lis carving accent its top with equally dramatic base of this vintage stunner makes this a focal point in your home or business.
  • Quality Swan Carved Regency Style Gilt Wall Mirror
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    Quality Swan Carved Regency Style Gilt Wall Mirror
    Quality Swan Carved Regency Style Gilt Wall Mirror AGE/COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: Approx 25 years, America DETAILS/DESCRIPTION: High quality, gold gilt painted frame mirror w/ ornate carvings. Unsigned manufacturer, possibly "Friedman Brothers" or "Carver's Guild". CONDITION REPORT: Regency style, clean vintage condition. MEASUREMENTS: H: 59" x W: 32.25" x D: 1.25"
  • Vintage Friedman Brothers Shell Crest Gilded Mirror
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    Vintage Friedman Brothers Shell Crest Gilded Mirror
    Large-scale carved wood mirror by Friedman Brothers Decorative Arts Inc, New York; circa 1950. Mirror features a shell crest at the top, raised flower garland decoration on the sides, and is finished with a pediment of two flowers and a bow at the bottom. Verso paper is as found. Attached wire for hanging. Mirror will ship White Glove.
  • Friedman Brother's Chinoiserie Mirror
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    Friedman Brother's Chinoiserie Mirror
    Friedman Brother's burgundy mirror with a Chinoiserie hand painted design.
  • "Encircled by Plants" by Jacklyn Friedman
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    "Encircled by Plants" by Jacklyn Friedman
    Another growth among the leaves, texture competes with form as the human made succumbs to natural order, dissolving the tension of nature and culture into a complex myriad of symbiotic relationships. 3/10. Signed original by artist. Unframed. Artist: Jacklyn Friedman (1925 – 2015) was a NY artist of extraordinary talent whose body of work consists of nearly eight decades of continual exploration and creative production. As a young woman, she studied under Jacob Lawrence and Ruth Leaf, and continued her artistic development at the Art Students League alongside artists such as Mortimer Borne, George Rhoades, and Louis Bosa. A master of the female form, she experimented in a wide variety of materials and methods from oils to etchings and sculpture to collage. An active part of the vibrant five-towns art scene, her works are among the finest products of this era. Despite being a founding member of The Graphic Eye Gallery on Long Island, her drive to create left her little patience for the pursuit of publicity and her fascination with deep beauty made onerous the shallow pursuit of self-promotion. Nonetheless, all who see her works have been instantly captivated and their dynamic timelessness reaches beyond their initial impression to continually recapture and engage the imagination.
  • Friedman Brothers Colonial Williamsburg Mirror
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    Friedman Brothers Colonial Williamsburg Mirror
    Friedman Brothers Colonial Williamsburg Chippendale Style Looking Glass Mirror (B) AGE/COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: Approx 25 years, America DETAILS/DESCRIPTION: High quality, American made, 18th century style, mahogany frame, beveled glass wall mirror, by Friedman Bros, and part of the "Colonial Williamsburg Collection". Original mirror hangs in the White House CONDITION REPORT: Chippendale style, clean vintage condition. MEASUREMENTS: H: 35" x W: 18.5" x D: 1"
  • "Pomegranates" by Jacklyn Friedman
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    "Pomegranates" by Jacklyn Friedman
    Cut open, the fruit is offered in the tradition of a naturalist’s drawing combined with the dark sensuality so closely associated with the promise and terror of a thousand seeds in a single wrapping. Run: Unique Signed original by artist. Unframed. Artist: Jacklyn Friedman (1925 – 2015) was a NY artist of extraordinary talent whose body of work consists of nearly eight decades of continual exploration and creative production. As a young woman, she studied under Jacob Lawrence and Ruth Leaf, and continued her artistic development at the Art Students League alongside artists such as Mortimer Borne, George Rhoades, and Louis Bosa. A master of the female form, she experimented in a wide variety of materials and methods from oils to etchings and sculpture to collage. An active part of the vibrant five-towns art scene, her works are among the finest products of this era. Despite being a founding member of The Graphic Eye Gallery on Long Island, her drive to create left her little patience for the pursuit of publicity and her fascination with deep beauty made onerous the shallow pursuit of self-promotion. Nonetheless, all who see her works have been instantly captivated and their dynamic timelessness reaches beyond their initial impression to continually recapture and engage the imagination.
  • Quality French Louis XV Style Gilt Shelves - Pair
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    Quality French Louis XV Style Gilt Shelves - Pair
    Quality Pair of French Louis XV Style Gilt Wall Shelves w/ Mirrors AGE/COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: Approx 25 years, America DETAILS/DESCRIPTION: Quality pair of carved composition & wood wall shelves w/ oval, beveled mirror. Unsigned maker, possibly "Friedman Brothers". CONDITION REPORT: Louis XV style, clean vintage condition. MEASUREMENTS: H: 27" x W: 11.5" x D: 5.5"
  • Queen Anne Style Chinoiserie Mirrors - Pair
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    Queen Anne Style Chinoiserie Mirrors - Pair
    Fabulous pair of hand-painted red lacquer mirrors by Friedman Brothers. Featuring gilt trim and decorated in an oriental motif with Chinese characters and foliage on the borders. Fine, hand-formed beveled glass adds a distinctive, refined look to this pair and complements the chinoiserie style. Circa 1960. Condition: Excellent condition with minor chips in original lacquer finish.
  • "I Dream of Spring" by Jacklyn Friedman
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    "I Dream of Spring" by Jacklyn Friedman
    Like a heavy flower, a figure is bathed in a gentle mist of color unifying plant and woman in similar yearning for the regenerative power of spring. Signed original; unframed. About the Artist: Jacklyn Friedman (1925 – 2015) was a NY artist of extraordinary talent whose body of work consists of nearly eight decades of continual exploration and creative production. As a young woman, she studied under Jacob Lawrence and Ruth Leaf, and continued her artistic development at the Art Students League alongside artists such as Mortimer Borne, George Rhoades, and Louis Bosa. A master of the female form, she experimented in a wide variety of materials and methods from oils to etchings and sculpture to collage. An active part of the vibrant five-towns art scene, her works are among the finest products of this era. Despite being a founding member of The Graphic Eye Gallery on Long Island, her drive to create left her little patience for the pursuit of publicity and her fascination with deep beauty made onerous the shallow pursuit of self-promotion. Nonetheless, all who see her works have been instantly captivated and their dynamic timelessness reaches beyond their initial impression to continually recapture and engage the imagination. Before signed by the artist please list the edition/run as: 1/75
  • Judgement of Paris, Print
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    Judgement of Paris, Print
    An apple given by the goddess of discord led to a contest of beauty between three goddesses adjudicated by the mortal Paris. However, in this depiction, Paris is absent and in his place is a fourth female figure. Will the outcome of the contest change when subjected to a feminine gaze rather than a masculine one? Or will the question of beauty remain unsettled until a man can arrive to render it? Edition: 1/40 Signed original by artist. Unframed. Jacklyn Friedman (1925 – 2015) was a NY artist of extraordinary talent whose body of work consists of nearly eight decades of continual exploration and creative production. As a young woman, she studied under Jacob Lawrence and Ruth Leaf, and continued her artistic development at the Art Students League alongside artists such as Mortimer Borne, George Rhoades, and Louis Bosa. A master of the female form, she experimented in a wide variety of materials and methods from oils to etchings and sculpture to collage. An active part of the vibrant five-towns art scene, her works are among the finest products of this era. Despite being a founding member of The Graphic Eye Gallery on Long Island, her drive to create left her little patience for the pursuit of publicity and her fascination with deep beauty made onerous the shallow pursuit of self-promotion. Nonetheless, all who see her works have been instantly captivated and their dynamic timelessness reaches beyond their initial impression to continually recapture and engage the imagination.
  • Friedman Brothers Custom Mirror With Cherub Heads
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    Friedman Brothers Custom Mirror With Cherub Heads
    Friedman Brothers Custom Made Monumental Mirror With Cherub Heads - NEW Stenella Antiques is a proud retailer of high quality Friedman Brothers Mirrors. Since 1903, Friedman Brothers has been the World's premier creator of custom handcrafted decorative wall art for elegant interior design settings. Friedman Brothers products are found in some of the most prestigious locations around the World, including the halls of The Vatican and The White House. From private residences to World-class hotels, interior designers use Friedman products to enhance the prestige and elegance of their projects. Below are details on this fine mirror that is ready to highlight any home. For additional info contact us or view Friedman Bros website directly. Finish- 9 D Gold Cherubs Are 4A Silver Glass type- Beveled Condition- New Size- 55”w x 70”h Large Impressive Mirror This mirror is new and was a floor model at the Friedman Brothers showroom. Some mirrors, may have very minor signs of distress, such as ripped paper backs, minor imperfection in paint or light signs of age. Friedman Brothers mirrors are entirely made by hand and minor variations in carvings, patina and color can vary from mirror to mirror. We try to diligently photograph the entire mirror. Don't miss this rare opportunity to purchase a high quality mirror at a small fraction of its original retail cost.
  • Mood Indigo Print by Jacklyn Friedman
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    Mood Indigo Print by Jacklyn Friedman
    Ella Fitzgerald’s voice pours Mood Indigo out in song that has been picked up and formed into a reclining figure, washed in butter-colored light and french gray, reading. Her body turned from the viewer, there is no sexualized invitation only rapt engagement in the world created by her book, as she sinks into it. Signed original unframed. Artist: Jacklyn Friedman (1925 – 2015) was a NY artist of extraordinary talent whose body of work consists of nearly eight decades of continual exploration and creative production. As a young woman, she studied under Jacob Lawrence and Ruth Leaf, and continued her artistic development at the Art Students League alongside artists such as Mortimer Borne, George Rhoades, and Louis Bosa. A master of the female form, she experimented in a wide variety of materials and methods from oils to etchings and sculpture to collage. An active part of the vibrant five-towns art scene, her works are among the finest products of this era. Despite being a founding member of The Graphic Eye Gallery on Long Island, her drive to create left her little patience for the pursuit of publicity and her fascination with deep beauty made onerous the shallow pursuit of self-promotion. Nonetheless, all who see her works have been instantly captivated and their dynamic timelessness reaches beyond their initial impression to continually recapture and engage the imagination. Before signed by the artist please list the edition/run as: 1/15
  • Sounds of Silence Print by Jacklyn Friedman
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    Sounds of Silence Print by Jacklyn Friedman
    A subtle smile plays on the lips of the seated figure whose calm presence offers a soothing weightiness to the viewer. Divorced from context, she sits like a boulder in an empty landscape, inviting rootedness in the moment and the ability to sit in perfect in silence. Run: unique Signed original by artist. Unframed. Artist: Jacklyn Friedman (1925 – 2015) was a NY artist of extraordinary talent whose body of work consists of nearly eight decades of continual exploration and creative production. As a young woman, she studied under Jacob Lawrence and Ruth Leaf, and continued her artistic development at the Art Students League alongside artists such as Mortimer Borne, George Rhoades, and Louis Bosa. A master of the female form, she experimented in a wide variety of materials and methods from oils to etchings and sculpture to collage. An active part of the vibrant five-towns art scene, her works are among the finest products of this era. Despite being a founding member of The Graphic Eye Gallery on Long Island, her drive to create left her little patience for the pursuit of publicity and her fascination with deep beauty made onerous the shallow pursuit of self-promotion. Nonetheless, all who see her works have been instantly captivated and their dynamic timelessness reaches beyond their initial impression to continually recapture and engage the imagination.
  • "What Shall I Say?" by Jacklyn Friedman
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    "What Shall I Say?" by Jacklyn Friedman
    A woman sits poised with pencil in hand, frozen in the moment before ideas can be carefully contained within words. The world around her has disappeared into an endless pattern as all of her focus is concentrated within the act of letter writing. Whether she has too much to say or too little is unclear, not only to us as the viewers but to the woman herself as well, who contemplates in a state of suspended animation. 1/5 Signed original by artist. Unframed. Artist: Jacklyn Friedman (1925 – 2015) was a NY artist of extraordinary talent whose body of work consists of nearly eight decades of continual exploration and creative production. As a young woman, she studied under Jacob Lawrence and Ruth Leaf, and continued her artistic development at the Art Students League alongside artists such as Mortimer Borne, George Rhoades, and Louis Bosa. A master of the female form, she experimented in a wide variety of materials and methods from oils to etchings and sculpture to collage. An active part of the vibrant five-towns art scene, her works are among the finest products of this era. Despite being a founding member of The Graphic Eye Gallery on Long Island, her drive to create left her little patience for the pursuit of publicity and her fascination with deep beauty made onerous the shallow pursuit of self-promotion. Nonetheless, all who see her works have been instantly captivated and their dynamic timelessness reaches beyond their initial impression to continually recapture and engage the imagination.
  • Allen Friedman, Snow Bird, Lithograph
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    Allen Friedman, Snow Bird, Lithograph
    A lovely lithograph by American artist Allen Friedman. This piece titled Snow Bird is from 1979. The lithograph is signed and numbered in pencil. Edition: 220, AP 45. Image Size: 24 x 14 inches Size: 30 x 18.5 inches RoGallery is an established auction house, art dealer and gallery located in the New York City area. In business for over 30 years, they are active fine art buyers & sellers and frequently hold online live art auctions. They occupy a 10,000 square foot building that holds their extensive collection of modern and contemporary artworks including paintings, prints, photographs, & sculpture.
  • "Carla Contemplates" by Jacklyn Friedman
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    "Carla Contemplates" by Jacklyn Friedman
    Curled up within herself, the woman’s inner wilderness is projected onto her surrounding landscape as she considers. Nearly another massive mountain, and unclear as to whether she is clearing the space around her or being invaded by it, the division between psychological and environmental realities is questioned along with the possibility of ever separating the two. Signed original unframed. Artist: Jacklyn Friedman (1925 – 2015) was a NY artist of extraordinary talent whose body of work consists of nearly eight decades of continual exploration and creative production. As a young woman, she studied under Jacob Lawrence and Ruth Leaf, and continued her artistic development at the Art Students League alongside artists such as Mortimer Borne, George Rhoades, and Louis Bosa. A master of the female form, she experimented in a wide variety of materials and methods from oils to etchings and sculpture to collage. An active part of the vibrant five-towns art scene, her works are among the finest products of this era. Despite being a founding member of The Graphic Eye Gallery on Long Island, her drive to create left her little patience for the pursuit of publicity and her fascination with deep beauty made onerous the shallow pursuit of self-promotion. Nonetheless, all who see her works have been instantly captivated and their dynamic timelessness reaches beyond their initial impression to continually recapture and engage the imagination.
  • Allen Friedman, Young Jake, Lithograph
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    Allen Friedman, Young Jake, Lithograph
    A lovely lithograph by American artist Allen Friedman. This piece titled Young Jake is from 1979. The lithograph is signed and numbered in pencil. Edition: 220, AP 45. Image Size: 22 x 17 inches Size: 29.5 x 22 inches RoGallery is an established auction house, art dealer and gallery located in the New York City area. In business for over 30 years, they are active fine art buyers & sellers and frequently hold online live art auctions. They occupy a 10,000 square foot building that holds their extensive collection of modern and contemporary artworks including paintings, prints, photographs, & sculpture.
  • Allen Friedman, Coming in (Ducks), Lithograph
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    Allen Friedman, Coming in (Ducks), Lithograph
    A lovely lithograph by American artist Allen Friedman. This piece titled Coming in (Ducks) is from 1979. The lithograph is signed and numbered in pencil. Edition: 220, AP 45. Image Size: 24 x 20.5 inches Size: 30 x 22 inches RoGallery is an established auction house, art dealer and gallery located in the New York City area. In business for over 30 years, they are active fine art buyers & sellers and frequently hold online live art auctions. They occupy a 10,000 square foot building that holds their extensive collection of modern and contemporary artworks including paintings, prints, photographs, & sculpture.
  • Allen Friedman, Rouge Bluff, Lithograph
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    Allen Friedman, Rouge Bluff, Lithograph
    A lithograph by American artist Allen Friedman. This piece titledRouge Bluff is from 1979. The lithograph is signed and numbered in pencil. Edition: 220, AP 45. Image Size: 25 x 19 inches Size: 25 x 22 inches RoGallery is an established auction house, art dealer and gallery located in the New York City area. In business for over 30 years, they are active fine art buyers & sellers and frequently hold online live art auctions. They occupy a 10,000 square foot building that holds their extensive collection of modern and contemporary artworks including paintings, prints, photographs, & sculpture.
  • A. Friedman, "Big Brown Caught in the Open," Print
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    A. Friedman, "Big Brown Caught in the Open," Print
    This lithograph, titled "Big Brown Caught In The Open," was created by the American artist, Allen Friedman, in 1979. It is edition 200, AP 45 and is both signed and numbered in pencil. Image Size: 12.5 x 24.5 inches Size: 18.5 in. x 29.5 in. (46.99 cm x 74.93 cm)
  • "Marsh Grass" by Jacklyn Friedman
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    "Marsh Grass" by Jacklyn Friedman
    A print made from a stalk of endangered marsh grass works to multiply and memorialize its existence even as its natural numbers diminish. Artist: Jacklyn Friedman (1925 – 2015) was a NY artist of extraordinary talent whose body of work consists of nearly eight decades of continual exploration and creative production. As a young woman, she studied under Jacob Lawrence and Ruth Leaf, and continued her artistic development at the Art Students League alongside artists such as Mortimer Borne, George Rhoades, and Louis Bosa. A master of the female form, she experimented in a wide variety of materials and methods from oils to etchings and sculpture to collage. An active part of the vibrant five-towns art scene, her works are among the finest products of this era. Despite being a founding member of The Graphic Eye Gallery on Long Island, her drive to create left her little patience for the pursuit of publicity and her fascination with deep beauty made onerous the shallow pursuit of self-promotion. Nonetheless, all who see her works have been instantly captivated and their dynamic timelessness reaches beyond their initial impression to continually recapture and engage the imagination. Before signed by the artist please list the edition/run as: 7/150
  • Friedman Brothers Gilt Carved Mirrors - A Pair
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    Friedman Brothers Gilt Carved Mirrors - A Pair
    These Friedman Brothers mirrors have intricately carved gilt frames that are embellished with sphinx and urn figures. Both feature a beveled mirror.
  • Friedman Brothers Colonial Williamsburg Mirror
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    Friedman Brothers Colonial Williamsburg Mirror
    High quality, American made, 18th century style, mahogany frame, beveled glass wall mirror, by Friedman Bros, apart of the Colonial Williamsburg Collection. Made in America. Regency style, clean vintage condition.
  • Friedman Brothers Oval French Style Gilt Mirror
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    Friedman Brothers Oval French Style Gilt Mirror
    Friedman Brothers Oval French Style Gilt Frame Beveled Mirror AGE/COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: Approx 20 years, America DETAILS/DESCRIPTION: High quality, american made, shell carved oval carved gesso & wood frame with beveled mirror. CONDITION REPORT: Clean vintage condition. MEASUREMENTS: H: 42" x W: 26.25" x D: 2.25"
  • Friedman Brothers Vintage Louis XV Style Mirror
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    Friedman Brothers Vintage Louis XV Style Mirror
    Store Item #: 8930 Friedman Brothers vintage French Louis XV style gilt wall mirror. Approx 65 years, America. High quality, American made, carved and gilted, gesso frame mirror. Signed, "Decorative Arts of N.Y." Louis XV style, clean vintage condition. Measurements: H: 47.25" x W: 33" x D: 2"
  • Friedman Brothers Rococo Mirror
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    Friedman Brothers Rococo Mirror
    Classic Friedman Bros. mirror. Gilded Rococo style frame with beveled glass. This is a new mirror. Friedman Bros are known for their quality frames and finishes. Most of their frames are imported from Italy.
  • Friedman Brothers Federal Mirror
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    Friedman Brothers Federal Mirror
    Early 20th century Chippendale Federal style mirror from the Friedman Brothers Co. of New York. A mahogany frame with a faux bamboo inside edging and gilt wood embellishments of oak leaves, acorns and dogwood blossoms. The crest featuring a carved stylized American eagle on an oak branch with acorns. Original wire. Ready to hang. One minor chip to frame, repaired.
  • Gilded Mirror by Friedman Bros
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    Gilded Mirror by Friedman Bros
    Beveled mirror in a curvy gilded frame. Friedman Brothers is a very respected name in mirrors and decorative arts. This one shows fine craftsmanship with the bevel of the mirror following the frame, and the decoration done in gesso. Mirror and frame are in excellent condition. This is the Slocum, #1708.
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