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    A George II Chinese export reverse glass painted mirror

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    Material: Walnut and reverse glass painted

    Period: mid 18th century

    Measurements: 73 x 40,5 cm

    Provenance: Collection Marianne L. Dreesmann-van der Spek


    This George II Chinese export reverse glass painted mirror depicting a portrait of a Chinese lady seated by a window under a blue curtain, holding a ruyi sceptre in her hand, wearing a red robe with embroidered hems and a blue stole, her hair adorned with an elaborate hairdress, mounted in original shaped walnut frame.
    The Ruyi sceptre that she is holding is a Chinese curved decorative object that serves as either a ceremonial scepter in Chinese Buddhism or a talisman symbolizing power and good fortune.


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