Circa 1820, unusual low Biedermeier cheval mirror. The mirror with its architectural pediment top, with a pressed ormolu centre rosette. This has foliate casting of acorns and leaves left and right. The mirror has a mahogany frame and on each corner of the frame there is a cast roundel with a flower head in the centre, and on each side is a turned and tapering column which have ormolu capitals and a small ormolu mount at the base. The mirror is held in place by a pin in the centre about half way down so that the mirror can tilt forward and backwards. Beneath the mirror there is a large mahogany block and there are 2 trestle ends with sabre legs. Stylish, unusual piece.
- 124cm high x 86cm wide x 41cm deep.