Antique Georgian Miniature Engraving PAIR French Child And Dog Circa 1820 So Sweet
These decorative engravings are of French origin and date to the early 19th century, circa 1820. In the first stipple engraving we see a seated lady in the grounds of a large country house, beside her a young girl with her small French bulldog that is performing tricks. This stipple engraving has the engravers details bellow however it is indecipherable, the remaining text read “del. et Sculp.”
The partner engraving depicts a man regretfully walking away from a woman holding a baby. Both engravings have their original old bubbled glass with decorative eglomise borders, the prints are housed in rich lemon gilt gesso frames with a wonderful natural patina. They are a truly delicious pair.
Measuring: Frame 7 5/8” (19.5 cm) by 6 7/8” (17.5 cm). Engraving 3 2/8” (8.3 cm) by 2.75” (6.8 cm).
Condition: Both prints are in good condition. There is a little darkening and staining to the edges of the paper. The frames are in good condition with some bumping to the gesso edges and a gilt repair to one top corner.
Both engravings will display excellently, we are particularly charmed by the engraving with the little girl and her dog.
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