A long dressing mirror supported on a timber stand, the angle of which is able to be adjusted with thumbscrews. On the earlier Victorian examples, the mirror supports were sometimes fitted with candle brackets. The heavier and more stylistically confused they are, the later they are likely to be.
A Regency mahogany floor-standing cheval mirror, the four restrained scrolling legs supporting the turned columns with tulip detail, the rectangular full-length mirror with angular frame, good colour and patina. Height 55 cm
A Regency mahogany and brass mounted cheval mirror the framed mirror plate between turned supports with acorn surmounts and adjustable brass candle arms, on reeded outswept legs and brass castors 168 cm high, 79 cm wide. Provenance: Sotheby's Australia, Th
A 19th century brass inlaid mahogany cheval mirror the rectangular plate within twist turned supports with fleur de lys brass inlay, above scroll legs United by a cross stretcher, brass caps and castors, 194 x 97 cm
Regency mahogany cheval mirror, the rectangular plate held by a turned trestle frame and flanked by ormolu candle sconces raised on four outswept legs, terminating on castors, circa 1820s with David Jones' Antiques certificate of Authenticity., 165 cm high
A birch veneer cheval mirror in the Beidermeier style, 20th century, America, made by century furniture, the long mirror with an arched top, supported by ebonised columns with fine engine turned capitals and bases to simple 'U' shaped legs with ball feet U
A fine early Victorian mahogany cheval mirror, mid 19th century, the rectangular mirror in a bevelled cross banded frame supported by extravagantly scrolled and pierced side supports, upon splayed feet terminating in brass casters and United by turned stre
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