“An English Two-Arm Girandole with original convex glass, gilding, bobeches, and backboard, circa 1810″ SOLD TO A NORTH CAROLINA COLLECTOR
“An American Federal giltwood and eglomise mirror, probably Boston, circa 1815, with a molded cornice with hanging spherules above eglomise panel depicting War of 1812 ship battle, over mirror plate flanked by concave columns with rope-twist molding” DIMENSIONS: Height: 43″, Width 24″. … Continue reading
“An exceptionally rare labeled English George III Pier Mirror with a red eglomise panel of gilt roses and cornice with spherules above a rectangular mirror plate flanked by ribboned columns” CONDITION AND LABEL: Shown in as “as found” condition with the … Continue reading
An English Regency or George IV Giltwood Two-Arm Convex Mirror with Eagle Crest, original gilding and two candlearms, circa 1800-1820. PROVENANCE: A New England Estate of note, available to the purchaser. Convex Mirrors were a fanciful innovation in the late … Continue reading
(The lower photograph shows the mirror from the collection of Mr. and Mrs. Eddy Nicholson, rated as “Masterpiece” by Albert Sack in his publication “The Fine Points of Furniture”) A fine and rare American Federal two-arm looking glass girandole mirror, … Continue reading
“An exceptionally fine and rare English Neo-Classical Giltwood Looking Glass, circa 1770-1800″ This mirror typifies the work of the leading British Neo-Classical Architect and Designer, Robert Adam (1728-1792), who was born in Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland and later moved to Edinburgh, where … Continue reading
An American Federal giltwood pier mirror, New England, circa 1810 SOLD TO A COLLECTOR, CHARLESTON AND GEORGIA.
“An English George III pier mirror with eglomise panel” Sold to a collector, New York City, and Charleston.
“An expectionaly fine and rare American “Washington Memorial” Pier Mirror, Labeled “James Stokes”, Philadelphia, circa 1805″ SOLD TO A COLLECTOR, WASHINGTON STATE.
A very rare labeled American convex mirror with dolphin appendages and oak leaf details by Jos. and Jno. Vecchio, New York City, circa 1820 SOLD TO A PROMINENT NEW JERSEY COLLECTION