Circa 1900s, set of 3 Bass pub mirrors. Each mirror has the characteristic Bass logo/branding, and are contained in solid oak frames with various inscriptions to them. The largest mirror has a brass coat of arms to the centre of the frame, with ‘By Appointment, Brewers to the King’, the medium sized mirror has ‘’by appointment, brewers to His Majesty the King and Prince of Wales.’ The smallest one has ‘by appointment, brewers to the King’.
The Bass Brewery was founding in 1777 in Burton-Upon-Trent, UK by William Bass and its pale ale was exported across the British Empire; it’s merger with Charrington United Breweries made it the largest UK brewing company during the 1960s. The Bass red triangle as seen on the mirrors was the UK’s first registered trademark.
Can be sold individually: Smallest £325. Medium £375. Large £675.
Sizes (LARGE) 75cm high x 95 cm wide. (MEDIUM) 47 cm high x 57cm wide. (SMALL) 29 cm high x 35cm wide.