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  • French 18th Century Louis XVI Petite Mirror


    31.5"H x 16"W x 2"D

    Dimensions: 31-½”H x 16”W x 2”D

    Beautifully hand-carved, this giltwood mirror is overflowing with detail. A carved urn with floral garland triangulates the top of the frame and drapes below the bottom. Each corner of the frame is carved with floral ornamentation. Recently updated with new glass, this mirror is ready to be hung anywhere in your home. Make sure to view detailed images.

  • Italian 19th Century Venetian Oval Mirror


    35.5"H x 19"W x 1.5"D

    Dimensions: 35-½”H x 19”W x 1-½”D

    This is a lovely Venetian oval mirror from Italy. Its original plate has lots of foxing and aging. It would definitely add Old World elegance to any space. Be sure to view the detailed images.

  • French 19th Century Painted Trumeau


    70.75"H x 47.75"W x 2.5"D

    Dimensions: 70-¾”H x 47-¾”W x 2-½”D

    This fine painted trumeau mirror is from 19th century France and has its original mirror plate with aging. It is from a larger boiserie collection. The musical motif suggests it was once hanging in a music parlor. The mirror glass is 28-½”H x 16-¼”W.

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    French 19th Century Mahogany Mirror


    22"H x 45.75"W x 3"D

    Dimensions: 22”H x 45-¾”W x 3”D

    A French mahogany mirror from the late 1800’s has its original beveled mirror plate. The glass of the mirror is in very good condition. The frame has a shell carving centered over the mirror with flowers and leaves on either side. The overall lines are very pleasing.

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    French 19th Century Walnut Mirror


    21.75"H x 43.88"W x 1.88"D

    Dimensions: 21-¾”H x 43-⅞”W x 1-⅞”D

    This French walnut mirror is from the late 1800’s. The frame has a carved shell motif at the top with flowers and leaves on either side. The beveled glass in the mirror is original and has slight aging. This lovely mirror would make a nice choice for your home.

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    French 19th Century Walnut Mirror


    18"H x 46.25"W x 2.13"D

    Dimensions: 18”H x 46-¼”W x 2-⅛”D

    A French late 19th century mahogany mirror has its original beveled mirror plate. It has some aging. The frame has straight lines with subtle carvings. It is a simple and lovely mirror.

  • French 19th Century Empire-Style Dressing Table


    62.38"H x 30.63"W x 20.13"D

    Dimensions: 62-⅜”H x 30-⅝”W x 20-⅛”D

    This exceptional mahogany dressing table is complete with its original mercury glass pivoting mirror and white marble top.  The mirror has foxing and is framed with beautiful mahogany trim with brass ormolu details across the top and bottom.  It is supported by mahogany columns that have brass capitals and bases, capped with spherical finials.  The surface of the table is white marble that is in superb antique condition.  A single lockable drawer is housed in the apron and has a matching ormolu escutcheon plate and is flanked by additional brass ormolu mounts.  The frieze section is raised on columnar front legs with ormolu capitals and bases and  pilaster-like columns at the back, all resting on a concave plinth base.  Table Surface: 29-⅞”H

  • Vintage Large Round Metal Framed Mirror


    2.25"H x "W x 64.5"D

    Dimensions: 2-¼”H x 64-½”Diameter

    An astonishingly large round vintage French mirror with a over five feet diameter.  This amazing piece will provide an Industrial element that is dramatic and chic.  The mirror contains new glass that is surrounded by a vintage metal frame from early 20th century, France.  A show stopping piece that will not go unnoticed!  See detailed pictures for condition. We have two in stock.

  • Italian Handmade Gold Gilt Mirror


    53.63"H x 51.75"W x 1.63"D

    Dimensions: 53-⅝”H x 51-¾”W x 1-⅝”D

    Newly handmade mirror with new glass plate from Florence, Italy.  The gold finish is unique in that it was applied using an antique method giving the mirror a beautiful rubbed finish.   The simple frame allows the gold gilt work to shine.  

  • Monumental French 19th Century Louis XVI Gold Gilt Mirror


    123"H x 76.5"W x 2"D

    Dimensions: 123””H x 76-½”W x 2”D

    This is a massive French 19th Century mirror from the main hall of the Archbishop Palace Rouen, Normandy, France.  This mirror is over 10’ tall and more than 6’ wide.  Both the frame and mirror show aging.  The original mercury mirror plate has oxidized, creating an undeniable detail in this antique mirror.  The lines on this mirror fall where wood support pieces meet on the back of the mirror.  We can assume over a period of time, moist air flowing through the spaces behind the mirror caused the mercury to oxidize and flake off the glass.  

  • French 19th Century Gold Gilt Frame w/Mirror


    40"H x 28.13"W x 3.5"D

    Dimensions: 40”H x 28-⅛”W x 3-½”D

    A French 19th Century Gold Gilt Frame with new mirror plate.  The frame has great thickness and depth.  It is intricately carved and molded on all four sides with layers of repeating designs.  

  • French 19th Century Parcel-Giltwood Mirror


    30.38"H x 24"W x 2.25"D

    Dimensions: 30 3/8″ H x 24″ W x 2 1/4″ D

    A lovely giltwood mirror, made in France circa 1850. This rectilinear antique mirror has a thick frame with a unique design that encircles its entirety. The frame was designed with a corkscrewed motif that sees diagonally oriented ribbings continuing around the mirror’s original mercury glass. The glass is in wonderful antique condition, with some foxing present. The frame  also has portions painted in a lovely creme color. Both the painted and gilt finishes have aged marvelously, with much of the giltwork’s red clay bole having become exposed from decades of cleaning and feather dustings. The antique’s style and scale make it an ideal vanity or dressing mirror, but it is not limited to those applications. It has a universal appeal that ensures its acceptance in any space. 

  • French Early 19th Century Painted and Gilt Trumeau


    65.5"H x 27.38"W x 2"D

    Dimensions: 65 1/2″ H x 27 3/8″ W x 2″ D

    An exceptional carved and painted trumeau mirror, circa 1800, France. The antique mirror features a large carved and gilt wreath that is situated in the larger shaped panel above the glass. It consists of carved and blossoming roses on one side, with a laurel branch on the other, meeting in the middle at a carved knotted ribbon with tassels. Below this wonderful work of art is the trumeau’s mirror. The mirror is nearly square, measuring 17”H x 18-½”W, and is framed by  carved and gilt trim, worked into twisted ribbon and beaded pearl motifs. The mirror’s mercury glass is original to the antique, and has aged marvelously, with some foxing and sparkles present. A small, carved rectangular panel resides beneath the mirror. 

  • French Louis XVI Carved Oak Over-Mantel Mirror


    89.25"H x 50"W x 2.5"D

    Dimensions: 89-1/4″H x 50″W x 2-1/2″D

    This large and well-carved Louis XVI-style oak over-mantel mirror is from France, c. 1880’s. Incredibly, this piece still retains the original mirror plate which displays nice foxing.

  • French 19th Century Louis XVI Oval Giltwood Mirror


    60"H x 43"W x 5"D

    Dimensions: 60″H x 43″W x 5″D

    Fanciful and fun, this 19th century French Louis XVI- style oval gold gilt mirror boasts intricate, carved details from top to bottom. A carved bouquet of flowers and vines crowns the brilliant mirror, with exceptional ribbon details.  The original mercury glass contains wonderful sparkles and foxing, and is surrounded by the lusterous gold gilt frame which is embellished with beaded pearl and stylized twisted ribbon/acanthus leaf-motif carvings. The gold gilt is in excellent antique condition with a brilliant metallic luster.


  • Large 19th Century Provincial Carved Walnut Mirror


    64.75"H x 49"W x 1.75"D

    Dimensions: 64-3/4″H x 49″W x 1-3/4″D

    A large carved walnut mirror from France, c. 1890-1900. Uncomplicated yet substantial and attractive, this mirror retains its original glass and is sure to add provincial charm to any room you choose to place it.

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    Reproduction Wood Starburst Mirror


    32"H x 32"W x .625"D

    Dimensions: 32″H x 32″W x 5/8″D

    A sharp reproduction wood starburst mirror. The circular mirror has an interesting stacked-wood design that comes together to look as though it has been totally carved by hand. The mirror’s new glass is beveled and has a 17-1/2″ diameter.

  • French 19th Century Carved Oak Faux-Bamboo Mirror


    25"H x 26.375"W x 1.75"D

    Dimensions: 25″H x 26-3/8″W x 1-3/4″D

    This terrific fauxbamboo mirror was made in France, circa 1880. Its frame was made by turning hand-selected oak into a stacked-spool or faux bamboo design. The darker frame is nearly a square, which is a somewhat unusual shape for these mirrors. The oak has patinated brilliantly, with a warm and antiquated finish that is sure to solicit a glance.

  • French 19th Century Giltwood Mantle Mirror


    56.25"H x 41.5"W x 2.75"D

    Dimensions: 56-1/4″H x 41-1/2″W x 2-3/4″D

    A brilliant 19th century gold gilt mantle mirror, made in France circa 1870. The mirror is large and beautiful. The frame is ornamented with bundles of flowers that can be found in its corners and sides. The gilt finish has experienced some loss due to time and hundreds of feather dustings, exposing some of the red bole substratum. Often referred to as “French Red” this facet of gilt mirrors is sought after. The frame is trimmed in a twisted cording motif. The mirror has its original mercury glass, which has some foxing and sparkles galore. The “diamond dust” has become separated from the backing and fallen into the glass. Gravity has situated much of the sparkles along the mirror’s bottom.

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    Vintage Italian Painted Mirror


    51.75"H x 29.75"W x 1.75"D

    Dimensions: 51-3/4″H x 29-3/4″W x 1-3/4″D

    A sweet, painted mirror from 1900s Italy. The mirror is painted a creamy antique white color with French-green painted appliqués. The mirror’s glass is original to the piece, with beveled edges and wonderful foxing present.


  • French 19th Century Louis Philippe Oak Mirror


    54.5"H x 33.25"W x 2.25"D

    Dimensions: 54-1/2″H x 33-1/4″W x 2-1/4″D

    A classic Louis Philippe mirror, from 19th century France, with carved oak frame and original glass. Often finished in a metallic gilt, this unique antique mirror has been left in its natural state, with extraordinary patina acquired from years of waxing and polishing. The oak used to construct the frame is both straight cut as well as quarter sawn. The mercury glass is antique as well, with some light foxing. c.1880.

  • English 19th Century Square-Framed Bullseye Mirror


    15"H x 15"W x 1"D

    Dimensions: 15″H x 15″W x 1″D

    A spectacular English 19th century bullseye mirror, with engraved plate. This wonderful mirror has seven circular convex mirrors, or “bubbles” within the mercury glass plate. The plate also features flowers, leaves, and curled tendrils that have been artfully etched into the glass. The frame is unassuming, made of pine, and has acquired a warm patina over time.

  • French 18th Century Louis XV Trumeau


    114"H x 47"W x "D

    Dimensions: 114″H x 47″W

    A large, stunning trumeau dating back to the Louis XV period in France, c. 1760’s. Typical of the period, the trumeau has Rococo style tastefully carved accents which house the double stacked mercury glass mirrors (since glass was unable to be made in large sheets at the time) and a painting featuring a French countryside. The wonderful oil painting shows excellent talent. Most likely this trumeau was a part of a custom wall design or boiserie.

  • French 18th Century Louis XV Trumeau


    118"H x 50.25"W x "D

    Dimensions: 118″H x 50-1/4″W

    A large, stunning trumeau dating back to the Louis XV period in France, c. 1760’s. Typical of the period, the trumeau has Rococo style tastefully carved accents which house the double stacked mercury glass mirrors (since glass was unable to be made in large sheets at the time) and a painting featuring a French countryside. The wonderful oil painting shows excellent talent. Most likely this trumeau was a part of a custom wall design or boiserie.

  • French 19th Century Giltwood Mirror with Urn


    69.625"H x 34.125"W x 4"D

    Dimensions: 69-5/8″H x 34-1/8″W x 4″D

    French giltwood mirror with urn crest overflowing in fruits and flowers, wonderful pierced decorations. Mercury glass mirror is stacked which is a technique used before the time when a large piece of glass could be made, c. 1840’s.

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    French 19th Century Painted Trumeau Mirror


    90"H x 56.125"W x "D

    Dimensions: 90″H x 56-1/8″W

    French 1850s trumeau with original old mirror glass with painted frame. The painting depicts a French still like with the fountain, trees, olive jars, the dishes and the wonderful urn spilling over with fresh flowers. Wonderful color, a statement mirror that will brighten any room.

  • French 19th Century Empire Cheval Mirror


    20"H x 36"W x 70.25"D

    Dimensions: 70-1/4″H x 36″W x 20″D

    This elegant French Empire mahogany cheval mirror, c. 1800’s, retains the original looking glass and features a rectilinear ribbon mahogany frame suspended by carved spheres to tapered round columns surmounted by carved urn finials terminating in a square base joined to a curved tapered square splay foot raised on brass casters.  The whole with gilt-brass mounts.  The wood with excellent color and patina.

  • Pair of English 20th Century Ebonized Mirrors


    41.75"H x 33.75"W x 1.75"D

    Dimensions: 41-3/4″H x 33-3/4″W x 1-3/4″D

    This fine pair of English ebonized frames hold more recent mirror glass which has been treated to appear antique.

  • French 19th Century Carved Dark Oak Trumeau


    82.75"H x 52.25"W x 3.25"D

    Dimensions: 82-3/4″H x 52-1/4″W x 3-1/4″D

    Large French dark oak trumeau mirror, with floral relief carvings, c. 1800’s.

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    French 19th Century Painted and Gilded Trumeau


    71"H x 47.75"W x "D

    Dimensions: 71″H x 47-3/4″W

    French 19th Century trumeau with painted back board and gilt carvings which house the oil painting and old mercury mirror glass, c. 1870’s.

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