A French 18th century trumeaux in soft blue-gray paint and gilt with a Louis XVI looking glass bound atop by a deep cove cornice, vertical panels and carved foliate corners. H. 60.5″, w. 54″. $3200.
A French Directoire neoclassical pier mirror in an old gray and gilt finish, late 18th or early 19th century. A molded overhang cornice is above a gray frieze with a central wreath and mask flanked by lyre forms with extended leafage. At each side, Corinthian capitals rest on deeply fluted columns. H. 67”, w. 34”. $3400.
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.
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”.
This well-toned Continental mirror is a tall 54″ height. A central urn sits within x-form fencing and bounded by robust flowers. The gilt finish has a worn shellac now peeling away to bright gold against the gray painted ground. Late 18th or early 19th century. $1600.
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.
A lovely Italian pier mirror with ribbon crest and swag apron. It measures 61” tall by 24” wide. This is 18th century and richly carved. $2850.
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.