Empire Style Chimney Glass, New York City, 1820-1830
ARTISAN: Possibly by Isaac L. Platt (1793‚ì1875)
COMMENTARY: This dignified chimney glass is a superb example of the understated classical taste that dominated American interior during the 1820s and 1830s. The frame features engaged columns with reeding, lotus carvings and stylized floral rosettes. A related mirror in the collection of the Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute of Utica, New York, bears the label of New York City manufacturer Isaac L. Platt (1793-1875) and suggests that the present example maybe his work. Platt made mirrors and frames and sold prints at various New York location between 1815 and 1869.
Illustrated documentation report available upon request. Offered by Sumpter Priddy III, Inc.
- Depth: 1.75 Width: 58.5 Height: 35
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