A large 51″ by 19″ Continental pier mirror is in the Rococo style, 18th or early 19th century, with composition and gilded gesso over carved wood. This is carefully detailed and in very sound restored condition. Ready to place in your hall and display your excellent taste. $ 1450.
A wonderfully carved 18th century Continental console with details of branches and grape vines forming a pedestal base, is an often needed small size. H.34″, w. 33.75″ d.16″. Later faux marble. $2950 retail.
The French early 19th century Louis XVI looking glass also carved and gilded. H. 31.5″, w. 18″. $ 750.
Pair of mahogany early 19th century sconces, probably Anglo-Indian, 26″ tall, 15″ wide. These retain their original glass arms and brass fittings, intact. $1800 the pair.
Tall Convex Neoclassical Mirror, ca. 1790-1820. Height 60″, w. 27.5″ $2900.
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.