Circa 1930, small Queen Anne style walnut cheval mirror. The 2 uprights have a slight scratch caving on the fore edge and are topped by simple urn finials. The mirror is held in place by 2 brass rods with a turned brass knob with a stylish pattern on its front. At the base there is a cross over stretcher to give the mirror stability and this has a shaped apron beneath. The whole piece stands on 4 simple sabre legs with flame walnut panels on them. The back of the mirror is polished. The mirror is a neat size, clean and sturdy.
- 152cm high x 43.5cm wide x 39cm deep.