A Federal mirror circa 1830’s of the shepherd with a canteen and his dog. Original gilt ornament with black half columns. H. 31” by 15 ½”. $350 ret.
George III leafage scroll looking glass with pierced crest and mounted phoenix. Lamb’s tongue corners, gilt leafage liner. Mahogany. Original mirror and backboard. 30 1/2″ x 17″.
Continental pier mirror, walnut. 18th century. 57″ x 27″. $1250.
American mirror, late 18th century. Mahogany with gilt phoenix. 35 1/2″ x 17″. $325.
Large 18th century Louis XVI trumeaux in layered old gilt and dove gray paint. The molded crest is supported by acanthus leaves and stop-fluting filled with gilt reeds above a central panel of musical instruments also in gilt. The mirror is bounded by more fluting held at the corners by carved rosettes and all is flanked by panels with gilt quarter moldings. 76″ by 50″ wide. You can never have too much elegance, $3500.
The Louis XV candlestick pair, 18th century, is offered at $490.
Chippendale Leafage pier mirror, c. 1760. Pierced work gilt cartouche and carved liner. 41″. $1250.
American Federal mirror, c 1830’s. 31 ¼”. $175.
Late 18th c, mahogany Chippendale mirror with gilt lines. Repaired. 25 ¼”.
A neoclassical convex glass with eagle surmount, circa 1790-1810. Height 36″, width overall 27″. Complete with candlearms and a compliment of canary yellow glass swags and prisms.
A rare 18th century Chippendale gilt wood cartouche with old mirror intact behind leafage and pieced shellwork. Overall 11″, $285.
The mirror is 18th century and is a Louis XVI piece still retaining old finish with well patinaed gilt having a slight touch of dull green. Height 52″.
One of two related Federal mirrors (see #584-5). Both likely New York, ca. 1800-20’s, mahogany. This is the larger of the pair at 37” tall, 12” wide. Missing one acorn drop, $330. Similar examples can be found in “N. Y. Furniture at the N. Y. State Museum”, Highland House Publishers.
One of two related Federal mirrors (see #586-7). Both likely New York, ca. 1800-20’s, mahogany. This is the lighter, smaller of the pair at 31 ½” tall, old backboard, $225. Similar examples can be found in “N. Y. Furniture at the N. Y. State Museum”, Highland House Publishers.
Italian neoclassic pier mirror with ribbon crest and swag apron. Late 18th century. Old glass. 61” x 23 ½” $3250.
Georgian pier mirror. Circa 1800. Architectural crest with spheres over the original églomisé panel. Scrolled corners on the mirror flanked by bound columns. Fine quality. W.31 1/2″ x h. 41″ From a local collection, $2200.