Tremó (console and mirror)



Golden cone; oil painting and canvas in mirror decoration; White marble

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The use of a large mirror between two shutters, to which a console could be added, was a decorative solution widely used in France since the early years of the 18th century. It was spread throughout Europe to decorate state or reception rooms, where tremó mirrors reflected and amplified the light, giving luxury and grandeur to the rooms.
This example is dominated by gilded carving with baroque, vegetal and marine motifs.