Circa 1820, neat sized George IV mahogany and inlaid bow fronted toilet mirror. The rectangular mirror has a mahogany frame and satinwood and boxwood crossbanding, supported on a turned upright with finials holding the mirror in place. Below the mirror is a flat section which is again crossbanded in satinwood, and three bow fronted drawers. The centre drawer has an ivory escutcheon and the two smaller side drawers with knob handles. The liners of the drawers are made of walnut, and the whole piece stands on squat bun feet.
- 54cm high x 51cm wide x 20.5cm deep