Circa 1800, late George III mahogany inlaid toilet mirror. The rectangular mirror is surrounded by a string inlaid frame with a stylish shaped top with a small winged cherub. The mirror is held in place by two large uprights with string inlay and finished with brass finials. The base has another inlaid cherub and string inlay. There is a breakfront section with a single drawer which has a stylish heraldic escutcheon, and two small drawers either side with brass knob handles. All the edges are inlaid in boxwood. The whole piece stands on four squat ogee bracket feet.
- 72cm high x 48cm wide x 22cm deep.