Rowley Gallery marquetry mirror The Bridge made by W.A.Chase.
Very stylised marquetry picture from the famous Rowley Gallery, Church street London. The company was established around 1898 by Albert and his wife Emma Rowley.
William Chase was one of the major artist that the Rowley Gallery commissioned to design inlaid panels and furniture in 1910. He also designed the very stylised Pan label, as seen on the photos showing its name The Bridge and W.A.Chase listed as the artist.
It is in good condition considering its over 100 years old. It has two small patches where the mirrored silver is lost as shown on one of the gallery photos.
Measurements; 49 cm High 18 cm Wide