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Mirror, Georgian Period Looking Glass, Walnut and Parcel Gilt, Scrolled Pediment
England, Mid 18th Century - SOLD


Antique Georgian Period Looking Glass, England, Mid 18th Century, entire view

A scrolled crest having a pierced central gilt foliate device above the carved parcel-gilt liner enclosing mirror plate. (36 by 14”)

SOLD

659-128




A Fine and Early Federal Inlaid Mirror, New York City
Date/Period: Circa 1790 - SOLD


A Fine and Early Federal Inlaid Mirror, New York City, entire view

Measurement: Height 60”; Width 25”.

Material: Mahogany, mahogany veneers, white pine, assorted light wood veneers,
gesso, parcel gilt.

Condition: The mirror is in fine original condition with minor, expected minor
repairs to inlay and gesso, as expected some leaves have been
replaced.

Additional Information: This Hepplewhite mirror with applied crest and fine inlay is a
form associated with the finest examples made in Federal New York. The crest
consists of a gilt gesso, carved urn featuring a lobbed body and applied floral blossoms.
The urn is flanked by a gilt carved and molded swan's neck pediment terminating in
floral rosettes. The crest is veneered with a richly grained mahogany panel inlaid with
an oval medallion depicting a classical floral urn. Gilt moldings frame the original mirror
glass and a line inlaid border. The mirror sides are flanked with applied drop garlands
with gilt carved foliage and rosettes. The lower panel displays rich mahogany veneer
and is embellished with heavily scrolled and shaped ears.

270-175

SOLD




Federal Mirror, Carved and Molded, Gilt
American, 19th Century - SOLD


Antique Federal Mirror, Carved and Gilt, 19th Century, entire view

(Minor touches, extremely minor losses; attractive, ready to hang; 34 by 20”)

SOLD

1146-3




Mirror,
Dutch Ebonized Ripple Molded Frame,
Looking Glass, Circa 1680 - SOLD


Mirror, Dutch Ebonized Ripple Molded Frame, Looking Glass, Circa 1680, Full View

Period example retaining original surface
Good condition with minor imperfections consistent with age, use and environment
Large size period frame, overall: 22 by 24”, view area 13 by 10.5”

SOLD

843-307




Mirror, Chippendale, Central Cove Molded, Piercing Centering Gilt Female Form American or English, circa 1800 The parcel gilt scrolled crest centering rare carved full-length women - SOLD


Mirror, Chippendale, Central Cove Molded, Piercing Centering Gilt

Mahogany, pine and mahogany veneer, original surface; backboard and blocks appear to be clear white pine in best color. (Tip of one lower-outside scroll is replaced, one scroll is missing; 20.5 x 13.25")

1210-1 - SOLD




Carved Giltwood Girandole Mirror, Surmounted with Eagle, Shell, Grapes and Leaves
Possibly New York, Circa 1800
The gilt ornamentation is entirely carved including floral bosses; original candle arms and sockets; reeded and ebonized liner centering convex plate. We generally state; English or American, this one feels American! - SOLD


Antique Carved Giltwood Girandole Mirror Sumounted with Eagle, Circa 1800, entire view

(Recently re-gilt; restoration report available; H: 40.5”, W: 28”)

572-66 - SOLD




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


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

(28.75 by 16")

993-1 - SOLD




Mirror, Federal, Gilt Gesso and Eglomise, War of 1812 Battle Scene
Probably Massachusetts, Circa 1815
Tablet depicting ships at battle - SOLD


Mirror, Federal, Gilt Gesso and Eglomise, War of 1812 Battle Scene
Probably Massachusetts, Circa 1815, entire view

(Generally very good, original backboard, typical chips to gilding; 27.5 by 14.5")

1111-11 - SOLD




Mirror, Convex, Carved, Full Bodied Eagle, Gilded and Painted Wood and Gesso
America or England, Circa 1800 to 1820
Eagle Pediment Surmounting Looking Glass, Acanthus and Shell Terminus - SOLD


Mirror, Convex, Carved, Full Bodied Eagle, Gilded and Painted Wood and Gesso
America or England, Circa 1800 to 1820, entire view

(Very good original condition: H: 31"; W: 18")

127-14 - SOLD




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 - SOLD


Federal Mirror, Reverse Painted Tablet, Fine Condition
Probably Boston, Massachusetts
Gilt and Eglomise (possibly a Codman tablet)
Circa 1820, entire view

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

110-561 - SOLD




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


Mirror, Wall, Early Empire, Split Column, Gilt, Leaf Blocks
America
Circa 1815 to 1840, entire view

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




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


Queen Anne Looking Glass
Probably American
Circa 1740-1750, entire view

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


Carved, Gesso, and Gilt
Looking Glass
18th Century, entire view

Dimensions: 21.5 by 33".

295-43 - SOLD




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


Queen Anne Looking Glass
England
Circa 1730-1760, entire view

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




Federal Looking Glass, Maker’s Label, E. Lothrop Gilder, Gilt gesso, Eglomise
Edward Lothrop, Boston, circa 1820 - SOLD


Antique Federal Looking Glass with Maker's Label, Circa 1820, entire view

Overhanging cornice with spherules, reverse painted tablet with oak leaf border, the rectangular plate flanked by convex columns with rope-twist decoration. The backboard retains nearly the entire original label advertising Lothrop’s business.
(Any imperfections are minor, and commensurate with age and use; 21.5 by 11”)

270-131 - SOLD




Chippendale Looking Glass, Mirror, Pierced and Parcel Gilt Scrolled Crest, Phoenix
English, 18th Century - SOLD


Antique Chippendale Looking Glass with Pierced and Scrolled Crest, 18th Century, entire view

(Imperfections; 32.5 by 16.5”)

SOLD

1008-47




18th Century Chinese Chippendale Chinoiserie Mirror, Candle Arms
English or American, Possibly New York City - SOLD


18th Century Chinese Chippendale Chinoiserie Mirror, Candle Arms
English or American, Possibly New York City, entire view

An extraordinary Chinese Chippendale style mirror, featuring striking elaborate carving
and three-dimensional design. The small shelf crest surmounting mirror facilitated the
display of a treasured object. Candle arms flank multiple, intricately cut, individual
pieces of mirror glass. (Fine condition: Length: 66"; height: 27"; depth: 6.75")

SOLD

270-172




Period Queen Anne Dressing Glass, Tabletop Stand with Rare Magnifying Glass
Possibly American, Circa 1750-1780
Mahogany, mahogany veneer and pine (clear) - SOLD


Period Queen Anne Dressing Glass, Tabletop Stand with Rare Magnifying Glass
Possibly American, Circa 1750-1780
Mahogany, mahogany veneer and pine (clear), entire view 1

The scrolled crest surmounting molded gimbaled frame that is secured to stiles, featuring molded and
beaded edges, by brass wingnuts with backplates, the wingnuts may be Victorian replacements; stiles
joined by similarly molded and beaded rail; the whole raised on trestle base resting on padded
feet. The pierced magnifying glass frame traverses within a dado. Minor imperfections consistent
with age and use; one trestle with horizontal fissure, small veneer replacement at left proper
outside spur of crest…tip reduced. Imperfections seem extremely minor considering the rarity and
possible uniqueness of this object. Secondary wood is clear and appears to be white pine, none of
the typical telltale signs of life in England are present
(Height: 21.5"; width: 11"; depth: 10")

SOLD

1221-56




Looking Glass, Marquetry, Extremely Rare, New England History, EX Lockwood
Northwest Europe, Circa 1680 to 1700
An Outstanding Example Found in Portsmouth, N.H; "where it had been since colonial times and it is still in the original condition except for the glass." (L.V.L) - SOLD


Looking Glass, Marquetry, Extremely Rare, New England History, EX Lockwood
Northwest Europe, Circa 1680 to 1700, entire view

Literature: This piece is published in Colonial Furniture in America: The Illustrated History of a Great Period of Craftsmanship by Luke Vincent Lockwood, page 283 of the 1926 and 1957 editions; Collection of Mr. Lockwood (1872-1951). [Pioneering furniture scholar]
(Original condition; plate was replaced with a piece of period glass; 28.25 by 42")

843-215 - SOLD




Mirror, Chippendale Looking Glass, Pierced and Gilded Phoenix Bird Crest
America or England, 18th Century
Mahogany and white pine - SOLD


Mirror, Chippendale Looking Glass, Pierced and Gilded Phoenix Bird Crest
America or England, 18th Century, entire view

Mahogany, molded and parcel gilt mirror; scrolled frame with pierced cresting featuring carved, gesso, and gilt bird above the rectangular molded frame with gilt incised liner.
(Excellent condition, couple tiny veneer tips restored, mirror plate is an old replacement else fine; 30.75 by 19.75")

127-15 - SOLD




Mirror, Early Carved Queen Anne Looking Glass
Untouched Original Condition
Probably New England, 18th Century
Walnut veneer and white pine
Scrolled crest featuring carved, gesso and gilt shell - SOLD


Mirror, Early Carved Queen Anne Looking Glass
Untouched Original Condition
Probably New England, 18th Century, entire view

Literature: Pine Furniture of Early New England by Russell Kettell, pp., 185 and 186
The silvered glass is cracked and non-reflective, crest sans vertical glue block, else condition consistent with age. (Dimensions: 9.75 by 16.25")

237-11 - SOLD




Mirror, Chippendale, Pierced Crest, Gilt Eagle, Original Plate, 38.5" by 18"
New England
Circa 1795 to 1805 - SOLD


Mirror, Chippendale, Pierced Crest, Gilt Eagle, Original Plate, 38.5'' by 18''
New England
Circa 1795 to 1805, entire view

Mahogany and gilt gesso mirror; scrolled frame with pierced cresting featuring carved, gesso, and gilt eagle above the rectangular molded frame and gilt incised liner. (38.5 by 18")

903-63 - SOLD




Dressing Glass, Dressing Mirror
Third Quarter 18th Century
Walnut, walnut veneer, pine and oak - SOLD


Dressing Glass, Dressing Mirror
Third Quarter 18th Century, entire view

A finely constructed example featuring shaped and molded mirror frame with carved and gilt border-liner; the glass pivots between rectangular molded and tapered posts with urn finials on a rectangular case featuring molded top edges and two square drawers flanking a rectangular drawer. The case is raised on applied ogee feet. Minor imperfections, an attractive piece ready for use.
Dimensions: 22" H, 14.25" W, 8.5" D.

805-9 - SOLD




Mirror, Looking Glass, Molded, Original Plate, Original Back Boards
America or England
Walnut and pine
Early 18th Century - SOLD


Mirror, Looking Glass, Molded, Original Plate, Original Back Boards
America or England
Walnut and pine
Early 18th Century, entire view

(36.5 x 13.25 inches)

745-41 - SOLD




Mirror, Convex, Gilded
America or England
Circa 1850 - SOLD


Mirror, Convex, Gilded
America or England
Circa 1850, entire view

In mint condition with applied, gilded, ball ornaments set into the concave molding.
A good affordable example with a height of 48-inches; width: 29.75-inches.
Crating and shipping is not a problem.

270-25 - SOLD




Tramp Art Mirror
Anonymous
Late 19th Century...square nailed - SOLD


Tramp Art Mirror
Anonymous
Late 19th Century, entire view

The depth of three-dimensional design and surface quality produce an exceptional aesthetic. Rectangular hard pine frame with five-layers of notch carved tapered stacked elements.
Finished in clear shellac with red tint, black and gold.
Fine condition. (31 by 36-inches.)

191-259 - SOLD




Mirror, Original Japanned Surface, Beveled Plate
Anonymous, 19th Century
An attractive example displaying good color and surface - SOLD


Antique Mirror with Original Japanned Surface, 19th Century, entire view

(Looks to be quite early, perhaps the mirror plate is a Victorian replacement; 15.5 by 11.75”)

1096-69 - SOLD




Wallpaper Covered Mirror, Antique, Woodblock Printed
First Quarter, 19th Century
Probably Pennsylvania - SOLD


Wallpaper Covered Mirror, Antique, Woodblock Printed
First Quarter, 19th Century, entire view

Pine frame, lap-joinery, original plate, minor paper loss
(Losses do not distract; fill with color copier.) (11.75 by 14.75")

201-349 - SOLD




Mirror, Federal, Giltwood
Attributed to Earps & Company
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Circa 1825
Excellent original condition - SOLD


Mirror, Federal, Giltwood
Attributed to Earps & Company
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Circa 1825, entire view

The edges of frame ornamented with saw-tooth line motif, applied turned-spiral-twist molding, and eight leaves carved in relief; acorn and ball drops complete a most successful aesthetic. For a nearly identical example see The Mirror Book by Herbert E. Schiffer, page 637, plate 634. (Dimensions: 15.25 x 21.75 inches.)

754-7 - SOLD




Small Chippendale Looking Glass
Eighteenth Century
Great Surface - SOLD


Small Chippendale Looking Glass
Eighteenth Century, entire view

Small mahogany glass in original condition, including mirror. The crest has an unusual moth decoration. Dimensions: 13 by 9.25-inches.

424-8 - SOLD




Period Chippendale Mirror, Tripartite, Beveled Plates Unknown Maker, 18th Century A most unusual and successful design - SOLD


Period Chippendale Mirror, Tripartite, Beveled Plates Unknown Maker, 18th Century, entire view

Minor restorations and imperfections; width: 31”, height: 24”

1208-12 - SOLD





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