Circa 1910, good quality mahogany framed cheval mirror. The frame has an arched top and beaded edge. The mirror itself has a bevelled edge, and is held in place by two uprights with small metal brackets. The uprights have a beading on the front. Beneath the mirror is a cross stretcher with a moulded top and a veneered apron with an inlaid pattern on it. The back of the mirror is polished. The whole piece stands on a pair of trestle ends with brass and brown porcelain castors. Clean and sturdy.
- 165.5cm high x 58cm wide x 49cm deep.