Circa 1830. A good quality William IV mahogany freestanding cheval mirror. Rectangular frame with original plate in a mahogany frame, the back of the frame is paneled and polished. All supported on unusual uprights with the mirror locked in position by two large turned knobs. The base intersected by a shaped stretcher with foliate carving on each end with similar on the base of the uprights. All resting on a pair of elongated platform bases, resting on squat turned feet with the original concealed castors.
- 160cm H, 82cm W, 59cm D