All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Accessories : Mirrors : Pre 1900 item #1239638 (stock #ha-1156)
This nineteenth century carved wooden mirror in the Baroque style measures 31.5" by 36" by 3". Glass measures 20" by 24" and may not be original. Recently purchased at estate sale, this mirror is dusty and will benefit from a gentle cleaning. Overall condition is good, with only a few cracks and no wooden losses. Golden painted finish is original but may have been retouched in spots...
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Accessories : Mirrors : Pre 1900 item #1239509 (stock #ha-1474)
This is a beautiful carved giltwood mirror dating from the nineteenth century with its original gilded surfaces. Measures approximately 52" by 30". Designed in the eighteenth century fashion, with elements of Louis XIV style, including Sun King mask at the base, and extensive organic motifs more in keeping with the Louis XV style, including feather plume finial, reticulated strapwork, reed-and-tie, leafy scrolls and c-scrolls...
This antique Ottoman period metal mirror features embossed animal figures and Arabic calligraphy. Possibly Syrian, Arabic or Persian. Measures: 42.5" H X 26" W X 1" D (108.0 cm H X 66.0 cm W X 2.5 cm D).
This lovely old carved wooden mirror with gold highlights and pale Chinese vermilion ground features oriental painted figures and an ornate crest. Beveled glass appears to be original and has lost a noticeable degree of silvering throughout the surface. (We will be happy to provide a quote for new glass to our customer's specifications.) Overall condition is good. There are visible losses to the finish throughout, but we do not recommend restoration of any kind...
Included here is a pair of antique carved wooden wall brackets from the early twentieth century in the classical style, featuring an urn with drapery decoration and potted with a tall flowering plant. Each measures 39" tall, 16.75" wide and 12" deep. Each is structurally sound and may display relatively large objects, including porcelain and small bronzes...
This extraordinary Egyptian Revival period giltwood girandole mirror dates from circa 1880, and features a convex shaped circular mirror, figural crocodiles, royal male figure at the top, and spread eagle wings at the base. It measures 28.5" wide (32.5" wide including candle arms) and 53" tall. The diameter of the circular convex glass mirror is 17". This item resides in our client's gallery on the Upper East Side of Manhattan ( New York City ) and may be seen by appointment.
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Included here is a pair of French gilded bronze brackets from the mid to late nineteenth century, featuring their original hand-painted porcelain plaques each depicting a unique portrait of a lady of the court. Believed to date from the Napoleon III period (1848-1870). They have an architectural form with neoclassical elements, including brackets, rosettes, reed-and-tie molding and swag and drapery designs...
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Accessories : Mirrors : Pre 1900 item #766124 (stock #raphael-040)
This antique cheval style shaving mirror in the English Regency style is believed to date from the late 18th century to mid 19th century. No restorations. Original hardware and finials. Measures 14.5" high by 11.25" wide by 5.75" deep. Mirror angle adjusts. Excellent condition, especially considering its delicate turned elements and delicate finials and hardware. Original silvering is intact except for a small area on the left side. Likely of British or American origin.
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Accessories : Mirrors : Pre 1900 item #765214 (stock #peluso-002)
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This lovely antique dressing or shaving mirror measures 27.5" wide x 11.5" deep x 30.25" high. Very good condition.
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Accessories : Mirrors : Pre 1900 item #764918 (stock #levin-076)
This antique American federal period mirror in the Chippendale style dates from the early 19th century and contains its original mirrored glass. Measures 20.25" high and 12.5" wide. Mirror can no longer be used to due deterioration of the silvering, but it nonetheless is a pretty and fine example of 19th century craftsmanship. Glass could certainly be resilvered. This item resides on the upper west side of Manhattan ( New York city ) and may be seen by appointment.