AN IRISH GEORGE III CUT GLASS MIRROR CHANDELIER A rare and fine late 18th century Irish oval mirror chandelier having a replaced 18th century mirror plate within a studded border of clear glass jewels and a small suspended half chandelier of ribbed moulded glass with a central stem with urn surmounted by baluster sections and canopies to top and bottom with hollow pendant finial and two s-curved candle arms with nozzles and drip pans hung with swags of cut glass drops. Note: The oval mirror plate and one candle arm are 18th century replacements. One nozzle has been replaced. Irish, circa 1780 Height: 27 ½ in; 70 cm Width: 16 ½ in; 42 cm Depth: 9 ½ in; 24.5 cm Literature: Martin Mortimer, ‘The English Glass Chandelier’, Woodbridge 2000, p. 163, pl. 101.