Circa 1760, early George III mahogany and walnut toilet mirror. The rectangular mirror has a rounded top. The frame has a double beading and walnut end grain, and this is held in place by tapering uprights with a reeding down the outside edges, topped with cast brass finials. The base is mahogany with a wonderful centred knot, and this is has a small caddy edge. There are three ogee drawers with small cast brass knob handles and oak liners, and the whole piece stands on four squat bracket feet. The mirror plate is original. Good colour and very stylish.
- 56cm high x 37cm wide x 18cm deep.