Circa 1930, Queen Anne style, walnut framed cheval mirror. The frame has a simple beading beside the glass and held in place by two tapering uprights with half round fronts and finishing with 2 acorn shaped finials. The uprights have large cast brass and bronzed accent drops to hold the mirror in position, which adjust for locking it. Beneath the bottom is a crossover stretcher and shaped apron with burr walnut veneers on the front, standing on 4 shaped legs.
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