Circa 1860, unusual mahogany Biedermeier toilet mirror. With an architectural pediment and beading to the top and matching veneers to either side, sitting on a rectangular frame. There are 2 turned, tapering uprights continuing down towards the base, with a flame mahogany mirror with square beading and similar beading to the pediment. The mirror is held in place by 2 turned knobs with patterns on the outside. There is a flame mahogany panel to the front and a full length drawer also in flame mahogany and a simple bow turned knob handle. The sides are veneered and the 4 simple cabriole legs finish on a raised foot.
- 73 cm high x 44 cm wide x 30 cm deep