A GEORGE II CARVED GILTWOOD WALL BRACKET
19cm high, 55cm wide, 31cm deep
Provenance: Property from the Phillip Lucas Collection, Spitalfields House
Wear, marks, knocks and scratches as per age, handling, use, and cleaning.
Regilded- the later gilding discoloured from dirt and use- and with loss to edges and rubbing, shrinkage cracks and possibly some restoration to lower leaves which have lost some leaf ends- three metal plates to reverse for wall attachment
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