A rectangular mirror with an ebonised 'wriggle combed' frame by the Rowley Gallery

A rectangular mirror with an ebonised 'wriggle combed' frame by the Rowley Gallery

£1,100
Reference

4920

The concave frame with combed banding revealing the red beneath the black frame. The reverse with the 1909 label of Mr & Mrs Rowley admiring a frame.

England, circa 1909

The Rowley Gallery was established in Kensington in 1898, specialising in picture framing, gilding, restoration and exhibitions of paintings. Working with friends Frank Brangwyn and William Morris, before long the gallery was producing inlaid panels and furniture, with commissions from leading artists such as Millais, Whistler and Lord Leighton. Their work is in museums and collections worldwide.

Dimensions:

Height 89.5 cm / 35 "
Width 64 cm / 25 "

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