An unusual example of a Louis Phillip period mirror, this elegant piece in silver gilt on wood has a central medallion surrounded with carved roses at the top and carved leaf detail on both bottom corners. The size is perfect for a dressing room, bathroom or entryway. ref. 7-7650 $2600 22” wide 32” high
This elegant mirror from the Gustavian period has the old divided glass and gilt ornamentation of flowers in a trumpet vase on a white ground topped with a gilt bow. The bottom panel shows a row of carved pineapples. The center medallion on a blue background is a carved image of a mother and child.
This elegant mirror was made in Stockholm around 1780 and bears the official stamp of the Stockholm Mirror Guild as well as the personal stamp of the maker and certified gilder, Lago Lunden (1744-1819). The mirror has a lovely gilded bow and delicate cut through carved details, The central raised medallion depicts a boy. The
This French Louis Phillip mirror is the perfect proportion for a powder room or dressing table. The old glass mirror is in good condition and has an engraved leaf motif. ref. 7-7308 $1,600 24.5” high 21” wide
A Swedish, Gustavian Period, oval gilt wood mirror. It features a flowing carved bow around the top, along with a single candleholder at the base. ref. 7-6475 $5,600 28.5” high 18” wide
This mirror is a combination of a French Boiserie wooden frame from the 19th century with beautiful old glass. The intricate carvings and raised details are enhanced with pale grey paint. ref. 7-6983 $4,200 50.5” high 44.5” wide
This American giltwood "Constitution" mirror dates to the early 19th century. Two gilt columns flank the sides of the mirror, which is topped with a white painted panel with gold decoration. Tear drop pendants, in great condition, frame the top molding. Although the mirrored glass is not original, this is a lovely piece typical of
This mid 19th century mirror with old glass is surrounded by columns with a pediment on top and is mounted on an old wood panel of the same period. This piece is mostly in the original paint with some later restoration. ref. 7-6972 $2,800