A large French trumeau mirror, from a chateau built in the 1700s , $3200.
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. Continue reading
A classic form from the Chippendale period is this “leafage scroll” looking glass, circa 1760. The surround is mahogany veneers with a molded rim at the glass edge. At the upper glass corners are “lamb’s tongue”Continue reading
Seldom found still in a pair, these elegant 18th century Georgian pier mirrors might flank your entry doors or a large and important oil in the living room. The oval mirrored plates are bound by strongContinue reading
Let’s call the symbol at the crest “the farmer’s arms” a cartouche that is seen in decoration, especially on period china. It is intended to mimic armorial emblems featuring weapons that were the spoils ofContinue reading