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Queen Anne Mirror, Scrolled Crest, Molded Frame
Probably New England, Circa 1755-1765
Walnut veneer on pine
Scrolled crest above a molded frame with carved
and gilt liner, original surface - SOLD


Queen Anne Mirror, Scrolled Crest, Molded Frame
Probably New England, Circa 1755-1765
Walnut veneer on pine
Scrolled crest above a molded frame with carved and gilt liner, original surface, entire view

(Missing a small wedge of molding at bottom left, two tiny upper corner losses that we
can professional restore; typical shrinkage cracks to molded frame;17.75 x 9.75)

SOLD

903-84




Early Fragment or Courting Mirror, Original Paint, New England
Date/Period: 18th or very early 19th century - SOLD


Early Fragment or Courting Mirror, Original Paint, New England, entire view 1

Measurement: 4.75" x 6.75" x .75"

Condition: Displays nicely although slivers of wood missing from inside edges of
molding; top horizontal molding intact.

Additional Information: The arched top above molded rectangular frame, carved
backboard…original glass and great surface.

SOLD

1256-95




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


Queen Anne Mirror, Looking Glass, Original Condition
New England
18th Century, entire view

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

935-10 - SOLD




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


Mirror, George III, Parcel Gilt, Pierced and Carved Frame, Eagle Final
Circa 1765, entire view

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




Courting Mirror, Stylized Pineapple Finial, Red, OUTSTANDING FORM
Probably Connecticut
Date/Period: Circa 1795-1810 - SOLD


Courting Mirror, Stylized Pineapple Finial, Red, OUTSTANDING FORM Probably Connecticut, entire view

Measurement: 18.125" x 9.625"

Material: Cherry, pine, red stain, shellack

Condition: Excellent, old, replaced backboard

Additional Information: Highly individual design, mortise, tenon, and peg joined frame.
Checkout the carving on verso of crest! 19th century red varnish over original red. The
applicator of red varnish got some on edges mirrored glass, we are confident that the
plate is original. An outstanding piece of Americana

SOLD

1345-5




Small Courting Mirror, Looking Glass,
Original Surface, Exceptional Patina
18th Century…remaining in a high state of originality
Walnut, walnut veneer and oak - SOLD


Small Courting Mirror, Looking Glass,
Original Surface, Exceptional Patina
18th Century…remaining in a high state of originality, entire view

The carved scrolled crest above a molded frame centering mirror plate; the crest curves backward; original glue blocks and backboard. (Tiny wood loss at upper right proper frame miter, as expected shrinkage cracks, else fine; 14 x 8.5")

274-198 - SOLD




Mirror, Courting Type, Molded, Original Storage Box
Exceptionally Molded and Mitered
Beautiful Patina
18th Century - SOLD


Mirror, Courting Type, Molded, Original Storage Box
Exceptionally Molded and Mitered
Beautiful Patina
18th Century, entire view

(12.25 by 10")

336-45 - SOLD




Tiger Maple Mirror - SOLD


Tiger Maple Mirror, entire view

Measures 18.25 by 15-inches.

360-4 - SOLD




Mirror, Hand Held, Two Sided, Finely Turned Handle, Brass Hanging Ring
19th Century
American
Round molded maple frame, original glass and surface, dresser or wall use - SOLD


Mirror, Hand Held, Two Sided, Finely Turned Handle, Brass Hanging Ring
19th Century, entire view

(In generally excellent condition; small chip to bezel and finial turning, else fine and original; dimensions: 11" L, 5.75" diameter.)

593-38 - SOLD




Mirror, William and Mary, Ebonized Pine, Bold and Complex Molding, Period Glass
Probably English
Circa 1715
Appears to remain in original condition - SOLD


Mirror, William and Mary, Ebonized Pine, Bold and Complex Molding, Period Glass
Probably English
Circa 1715, entire view

(16 by 18")

843-177 - SOLD




Courting Mirror, Early - SOLD


Courting Mirror, Early, entire view

Late 18th century to early 19th century courting mirror in the original box with reverse painted tablet.
Dimensions: Box 16.5 by 11 1/8"; mirror 15.5 by 10.25".

191-337 - SOLD




Mirror, Courting with make do fragment glass
An Early Looking Glass
18th Century, original surface - SOLD


Mirror, Courting with make do fragment glass
An Early Looking Glass
18th Century, entire view

Pierced cruciform finial above scratch decorated lobed crest above silvered glass; maker used chipped fragment of glass and cleverly filled the small missing area with carved wood. The piece appears earlier than the scratched date of 1838. (6.25 x 3.75 inches.)

745-26 - SOLD





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