Mirrors

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A very fine and rare American Federal giltwood convex “girandole” mirror, with candle-arms, and dolphin appendages, circa 1815-1825. (For a larger image, simply click on any photograph) NOTES: The gilded surfaces of this mirror were brilliant in the light of day, … Continue reading

An American Classical giltwood mirror with rosettes and original mercury glass and gilding, circa 1825-1835, likely Philadelphia. (For a larger image, simply click on any photograph) DIMENSIONS: Height: 23 1/2″, Width: 17″. CONDITION: Excellent. The mirror retains its’ original water-leaf … Continue reading

A superb English Regency polychrome painted over-mantle mirror, with a Neoclassical frieze, circa 1800, with three-mirror plates, “spherule” balls which adorn the architrave and a polychrome decorated frieze depicting a Neoclassical procession, circa 1800-1815. (For a larger image, simply click on any … Continue reading

A Boston Federal giltwood pier mirror, circa 1805-1815, with an “verre-eglomise” inset of and American and English Frigates engaged in a naval battle, presumably “The War of 1812”. (For a larger image, simply click on any photograph) DIMENSIONS: Height: 42 … Continue reading

A very good English Regency Convex girandole mirror with an ebonized eagle, circa 1810 DIMENSIONS: 33 1/4″ in height, Width: 19″. For additional information, simply call C. Lyman McCallum, Jr. at 1~803~834~3787, or email us at chicoraclm@msn.com

An extremely fine and rare labeled Regency giltwood “Girandole” mirror, with the original mercury-glass plate and two candle-arms, circa 1815. ( For a larger image, simply click on any photo) This gessoed convex mirror has a reeded ebonized slip and eagle surmount. … Continue reading

  A fine and extremely rare New York City Sheraton giltwood pier mirror, with a “Verre Eglomise” tablet insert, featuring a Federal Eagle with a shield and a bust of “Liberty”, each with a starburst surround, circa 1800. (For a larger image, … Continue reading

(Simply left-click on any image for an enlargement) A Philadelphia late Federal or Classical gilt-wood mirror, most likely made by Caleb B. Wayne, glassmaker, Philadelphia, 1823-1835, of a rare diminutive size with turned-column sides with gessoe appliques which connect to the corner blocks with applied rosettes, … Continue reading

A very good and rare diminutive American Classical gilt-wood mantle mirror, with the original plate-glass and burnished gilding, circa 1820-1830. DIMENSIONS: Height: 18 1/2″, Width: 26″. SOLD TO A NOTABLE COLLECTOR, WASHINGTON, D.C. AND VIRGINIA

(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