A George III Mahogany Hall Chair.
English circa 1790.
The fluted roundel back on turned legs.
After a design by Thomas Chippendale.
Dimensions: 93cm (36 ½”) high; 45cm (17 ¾”) wide; 48cm (19”) deep.
A George III Library Armchair.
English circa 1800.
The ring-turned mahogany legs & raked back legs on gilt lacquer brass cup & box castors.
Re-upholstered in hand-stitched horsetail, covered in Swedish linen.
Dimensions: 94cm (37”) high; 69cm (27”) wide; 72cm (28 ½”) deep.
A George III Mahogany Mirror.
English circa 1780.
The mahogany moulded frame with carved giltwood rebate.
Dimensions: 81cm (32”) high; 49.5cm (19 ½”) wide; 3cm (1.25”) deep.
An Early 19th Century Oval Waterford Mirror.
Irish circa 1805.
The alternating blue lozenge & gilt fluted white cut glass centred by a fine mercury plate.
Dimensions: 61cm (24") high; 40.5cm (16") wide.
A Large Unusual Convex Mirror.
English/Irish circa 1810.
The reeded giltwood frame retaining the original foxed plate glass.
Dimensions: 82.5cm (32.5") diameter; 6.5cm (2.5") deep.
An Extremely Large Giltwood Convex Mirror.
English circa 1870.
The moulded frame with ball decoration, ebonised slip enclosing original foxed glass.
Dimensions: 104cm (41”) diameter, 7.5cm (3”) deep.
A Regency Giltwood Convex Mirror.
English circa 1815.
The fine mercury plate glass within an ebonised slip, the gilt frame decorated with ebonised stars.
Dimensions: 57cm (22 ½”) diameter, 6cm (2 ½”) deep.
The cavetto frame with ball decoration, ebonised slip enclosing fine mercury plate glass.
Dimensions: 69cm (27") diameter.
A Late 19th Century
Mahogany Cheval Mirror.
English circa 1880.
Reeded frame with roundel decoration
enclosing mercury glass.
Dimensions: 156cm (61 ½”) high; 60cm (23 ½”) wide; 46cm (18”) deep.
A Small 19th Century Ebonised Convex Mirror.
English circa 1860.
The deeply recessed cavetto frame with original plate glass.
Dimensions: 30cm (12") diameter; 5cm (2") deep.
The oil gilt cavetto frame with crossed ribbon decoration & flat ebonised slip, gently foxed mercury plate glass. Original gilding.
Dimensions: 36cm (14") high; 36cm (14") wide; 6cm (2.5") deep.