From France, this antique dressing mirror could sit on top of a chest of drawers. Probably made in the mid to late 1800s. Photographs should show two imperfections a) signs of borer in the top left. These are long gone and there is no evidence of any activity. and b) some marks on the glass in the lower right.
Three drawers are fitted below.
95 cm wide x 22 cm deep and 93 cm high.
An elaborately carved wooden mirror with a limed finish.
65 cm wide and 115 cm high.
An overmantle or wall mirror made in France from oak in the mid to late 1800s.
Generally in good order, the mirror is exhibiting signs of genuine age. This is generally (perhaps counter intuitively) regarded as a good thing by decorators, dealers and collectors.
85 cm wide x 15 cm deep and 125 cm high
\n92 cm x 154 cm.
An older mirror (Mid century) gilt framed mirror that could sit over a fire or mantlepiece. It could also serve as a dressing mirror. Some significant defects in the glass commensurate with age.
92 cm x 154 cm.
A modern dressing table with a large mirror and substantial smooth operating doors that each contain two separate compartments (please see photographs).
120 cm wide by 50 cm deep and 184 cm high.
An antique cedar toilet mirror with tilt mechanism (working).
Some wear commensurate with age.
60 cms wide x 24 cms deeep and 63 cms high.
A large hand carved mirror with excellent glass and hanging wire.
Absolute one off and original.
100 cms wide x 40 cms thick and 146 cms high. Price A$295