Circa 1900, mahogany and inlaid Sheraton style cheval mirror. With its shaped broken pediment with scrolling centre and string inlay outside. Both ends are surmounted by two classic finials in the form of urns sitting on a small inlaid block. Its bevelled edge glass is contained in a mahogany frame with double string inlay which also occurs on the two uprights. The mirror is held in place sideways by two cast brass knobs for adjusting and fixing the mirror in position. Beneath there is a crossover stretcher. The piece stands on 4 sabre legs with string inlay on the fore-edge and finishing with brass and brown porcelain castors.
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