Description & Technical information

The mirror retains the original bevelled mirror plate.

Date:  1675
Period:  1600-1750, 17th century
Origin:  England
Medium: Scagliola
Dimensions: 136 x 85 x 7 cm (53¹/₂ x 33¹/₂ x 2³/₄ inches)
Literature: Peter Thornton and Maurice Tomlin, ‘The Furnishing and Decoration of Ham House’, Furniture History, 1980, vol. XVI.
J. Blatchly and G. Fisher, ‘The Itinerant Italian Artist Diacinto Cawcy, and the Genesis of the Barrow Monument at Westhorpe’, Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and History, 2004, vol. 40, pt. 4.
Adam Bowett, ‘New Light on Diacinto Cawcy and the Barrow Monument’, Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and History, 2012, vol. 42, pt. 4.
Christopher Rowell, ‘Scagliola by Baldassare Artima Romanus at Ham House and elsewhere’, in Ham House: 400 Years of Collecting and Patronage, 2013.
Categories: Furniture