Mirrors Items


"Often called looking glasses, mirrors can make a room feel larger and present a reflection in grand or demure way. If there is a mirror you are looking for and do not see, please call or email, we may not have cataloged it yet."

Queen Anne mirror with carved and gilded shell on top. 2 part glass. English. 1740-50.

Gilded swags, scrolls and cartouche on mahogany. English. Circa 1760.

Rhode Island cherry Chippendale shaving stand with the original mirror, refinished surface, and replaced brasses.  The shaving stand has a wonderfully shaped base terminating in ogee bracket feet.

A fine looking glass with nicely scrolled top and base.  It has a Wayne and Biddle label on back.

This is a very charming upper section of a looking glass with convex frame and glass with cut and engraved design.

An exceptional example of the American cheval looking glass on stand.  It has a acorn finials over reeded pillars with center screws to support the rectangular mirror's position.  A turned support stretcher joins both columns over splayed legs.  This particular mirror has an excellent old finish.  Below is information referencing an almost identical mirror in AMERICAN...

A fine example of a Chippendale "looking glass" with pierced and scrolled crest and gilded swags at the sides. It also has a gilded liner and molded edges. It has pine (backboards).

Looking glass with arched crest, scrolled brackets, molded frame and original glass.