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Federal Mirror, Reverse Painted Tablet, Fine Condition
Probably Boston, Massachusetts
Gilt and Eglomise (possibly a Codman tablet)
Circa 1820
Reverse painted tablet displays waterscape; a dog chasing large bird off her nest



(H: 31.5"; W: 18.5"; D: 4")

$895

110-561






Queen Anne Mirror, Looking Glass, Original Condition
New England
18th Century
White pine, walnut, walnut veneer, original surface, glass and backboard



The scrolled crest above molded frame centering plate; tip of one spur missing with else fine (16 by 11.25")

$885

935-10




Queen Anne Wall Mirror, Recessed Parcel Gilt Shell Crest
America or England
Circa 1750
Walnut and white pine
Rectangular frame with scrolled crest centering shell surmounting two part plate, original backboard



(Excellent original condition with extremely minor imperfections; 14.25 by 37.5")

$2,745

492-92







Mirror, Convex, Giltwood, Eagle Crest, Reeded and Spherule Borders
Probably England
Circa 1820



A George IV mirror surmounted by leafy scrolling centering carved eagle; the convex mirror framed by ebonized reeded inner border molding with an outer molding featuring spherules. A piece of conforming plywood was added to the back many decades ago for strength. (Dimensions: 50.5" H, 38.75" W.)

$7,865

340-3







Mirror, Rocaille Carved and Pierced Giltwood with Girandole, Etched Glass
Outstanding engraved plate featuring gentleman warmed by fire
Continental
18th Century



The magnificent, fine and ornate carved and gilt frame with heavily carved scrolling, floral motifs and piercing centers a no less than incredible engraved mirror-plate that is surmounted by an engaged carved canopy set with engraved mirror-plate; the base with similar carving and inset plate receives a pair of scrolled arms with acanthus ornament, knops and turned candle sockets.
(H: 40"; W: 23"; D: 8")

$9,875

424-127






Frame, Ripple Molded, Mirror
17th Century
Dutch



A fine and richly tooled reverse ogee profile, ebonized ripple molding frame with late plate. Dimensions: 13" by 16".

$4,100

843-59






Mirror, Federal, Eglomise
Constitution/Guerriere Reverse Painting on Glass
Possibly Boston
Circa 1815



(28.75 by 16")

$1,050

993-1







Looking Glass
Mahogany, gilded wood, string-inlay and gesso on wire
Uniquely American, New York
Circa 1790-1800



With a decidedly American personality, excelling in vertical proportion, festooned with flowers and foliage and no English cognate; this example remains in a seldom-encountered high state of originality. Centering the graceful high tightly scrolled molded and carved crest ornamented with Tudor roses is the beautifully executed carved and gilded urn with wheat and floral stocks artistically arranged; beneath which is mounted a molded oval medallion boss. A bead molding is applied to the frames outside edges with the carved and gilt sight edge molding glued to the inside edges. A simple string inlay centers the inner and outer moldings. The crest with a single line inlay is butted and glued to the top of frame edge; secured by blocking and straps with the outstanding elaborate transitional Rococo scrolled base and corner scrolls likewise butted and secured against the frame. The surface of this mahogany veneer on white pine mirror appears to be original and has a rich patina. Probably New York City or Albany. (Height: 64"; width: 24 3/8".)

$11,625

621-78







Previous Offerings or Gone to New Homes




Mirror, Wall, Early Empire, Split Column, Gilt, Leaf Blocks
America
Circa 1815 to 1840 - SOLD



This early Empire example with nice baluster and ring turnings featuring checkered capitals joined by corner blocks with applied decorative leaf ornaments retains its original gold leaf. (Excellent condition; 55.5 by 31")

168-6 - SOLD




Mirror, George III, Parcel Gilt, Pierced and Carved Frame, Eagle Final
Circa 1765 - SOLD



A beautiful and elaborate frame with a rectangular mirror plate within a molded carved and gilt scroll edge frame surmounted by a spectacular carved, pierced and gilt double scroll pediment centered by a gilt-wood eagle, the sides with gilt-wood bellflower and acorn trails. (24.5 by 50")

659-13 - SOLD




Queen Anne Looking Glass
Probably American
Circa 1740-1750 - SOLD



This mahogany and mahogany veneer on white pine example has a lovely carved and applied ogee molding surrounding the two-piece beveled glasses. There are no repairs to the tall crest or returns; glue blocks are intact and prevented warping and cracking so often encounter. In generally excellent condition with the top glass possibly re-silvered; a few small sections of molding have been refreshed; Nice old patina. (31.5 by 13.75".)

270-27 - SOLD




Carved, Gesso, and Gilt
Looking Glass
18th Century - SOLD



Dimensions: 21.5 by 33".

295-43 - SOLD




Queen Anne Looking Glass
England
Circa 1730-1760
Walnut veneer and pine - SOLD



As depicted, tall shaped and pierced crest surmounting the molded frame.
Very minor imperfections; one tiny veneer loss at bottom left miter. (32 by 17".)

731-11 - SOLD



If you are interested in buying any of these items, please call (978) 597-8084 or email David Hillier at drh@aaawt.com or Lynn Morin at lfm@aaawt.com

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