Robert J Riesberg Antiques Inc

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Mirrors

French Neoclassical Looking Glass, from the 1700s,

French Neoclassical Looking Glass, from the 1700s,

French neoclassical looking glass, from the 1700s, with an old worn gilt finish. A central lidded urn is supported by leafage over a molded rim framework. Old glass and wooden backboard. H. 16", w. 9.5", d. 1". Excellent size for the bath. $310.

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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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Louis XVI Neoclassical Design Mirror

Louis XVI Neoclassical Design Mirror

The late 18th century period, a Louis XVI neoclassical design mirror. Always a favorite, the pair of mating doves at the crest shown perched on a pedestal of leafage. The beaded frame border is caped at the shoulders with leaves and tassels. A perfect size for above a...

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English Hepplewhite Dressing Glass

English Hepplewhite Dressing Glass

This exceptional English Hepplewhite dressing glass is of highest quality with barber pole inlays on the shield form mirror and the case with drawers. The serpentine shape of the case compliments the shield shaped mirror. The top surface holds a shell inlay. The...

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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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“Leafage Scroll” Looking Glass, Circa 1760.

“Leafage Scroll” Looking Glass, Circa 1760.

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" corners. The crest is highlighted with a central...

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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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Georgian 18th century gilt pier mirror

Georgian 18th century gilt pier mirror

    This outstanding  Georgian 18th century gilt pier mirror has ho-ho birds carved at the crests, while boughs and tendrils drape the gilt surround. Designs extend onto the glass as if growing into place.  A beautiful yet functional piece is in a...

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