Circa 1830, William IV triptych over mantel mirror, the deep pediment on top with a criss crossing carving which is gilded. Beneath this is a moulding and a very stylish pattern of lozenge shaped pieces with foliate carving each side of it. There are two wonderful carved flower heads on the front and a turned barley sugar column that runs the length of the front and on the sides as pilasters. The triptych mirror has bevelled edges, a gilded bezel and then an ebonised frame. The piece has wonderful colour and has the original plate glass. It has been repaired at some stage, the original gilding can be seen in some sections beneath the surface.
- 86cm high x 184cm wide