Robert J Riesberg Antiques Inc

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Mirrors

Gilt Louis XV Pier Mirror circa 1750

Gilt Louis XV Pier Mirror circa 1750

A luscious gilt Louis XV pier mirror, circa 1750 in an important size. Soaring leafage cresting mounts a glass flanked by scrolling tendrils, leafage, and fruit. The vertical frame rails topped by panels are supported at the base with quoin work. Rocaille aprons play...

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American Federal over mantle mirror, circa 1820+

American Federal over mantle mirror, circa 1820+

American Federal over mantle mirror, circa 1820+. Gilt is applied over a turned and carved frame with gesso ornaments of leafage. In bold architectural form, the cornice is decorated with draping leaves. Original gilt with some lesser restoration. Later old glass....

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Grandiloquent Italian Rococo – A Palatial Mirror

Grandiloquent Italian Rococo – A Palatial Mirror

For Italy, it is a bella figura that one desires to make a magnificent personal statement at home. At 76" in height with bold classic details in original old finish, this may work to achieve that for you. An ornamented classic urn filled with florets sits above and is...

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Fine American Federal Eglomise’ Looking Glass

Fine American Federal Eglomise’ Looking Glass

A fine American Federal eglomise' looking glass, ca. 1800+, with an architectural scene bound by yellow diaperwork . The architectural mahogany frame has reeded classical columns below a cove cornice. From a local collection. H. 26.5", w. 15", d. 3". Very original in...

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Early Georgian Chippendale Mirror

Early Georgian Chippendale Mirror

We find the finish on this Early Georgian Chippendale mirror to be most rich in tone and yet evident of age. The carving is deep and properly dimensioned. In a versatile size that could be used in a number of rooms, this pier mirror is in sturdy order and ready to...

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 French Napoleonic Dressing Glass, Circa 1810.

 French Napoleonic Dressing Glass, Circa 1810.

French Napoleonic Dressing Glass, Circa 1810.     A treat to look at and look into, this figured Empire mahogany stand has rich tones and the finest detailed brass mounts, being both functional and beautiful.     H. 17.5", w. 15.5", d. 11.5". Treat yourself !...

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Queen Anne Type Pier Mirror

Queen Anne Type Pier Mirror

A fine Queen Anne type pier mirror, circa 1730-50, with beveled two-section glass. The walnut veneered leafage scroll top is above a gilt shell held by a feathered plume. A molding with a shaped crest and inset gilt leafage surrounds the glass. The upper glass is...

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George II Gilt Pier Mirror, 18th century

George II Gilt Pier Mirror, 18th century

     Pair of George II gilt pier mirrors, 18th century. These would be most dramatic over flanking consoles in a grand hall or large living area. This is an identical pair with gilt surfaces on well carved scrolls with leafage.The use of open space creates a lacy...

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