Pair of George III Giltwood Wall Brackets


An exceptional pair of mid 18th century carved and water gilt wall brackets profusely carved with acanthus leaves and swags of plump roses, ripe fruits, harebells and flower heads.

England, circa 1760

Height: 14 ins / 35.5cm
Width: 11 1/5 ins / 29cm
Depth: 8.5 ins / 21.5cm

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The rosa centifolia (lit. hundred leaved/petalled rose), the Provence rose, or Rose de Mai was developed particularly during the 18th Century to become a popular and fashionable flower.

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