Circa 1920s, oak framed bevelled edged Jacobean style cheval mirror. The rectangular mirror with its bevelled edge contained in a simple oak frame with its ogee moulding. This is held in place by two barley sugar uprights. The mirror itself is held in place by steel rods and finish on the outside with a large brass knob in a flower head pattern and central rondel. There is two barley sugar crossover stretchers which give the mirror stability. It stands on two shaped trestle ends with stepped legs, finishing in a flat section at the bottom.
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