A middle of the 19th century Victorian mahogany cheval dressing mirror.
The oblong mirror is held in a mahogany frame with a moulded front and has a mahogany panelled back.
The mirror is suspended between two shaped supports by brass pins and has decorative turned knobs to the outside of the stand.
The twin support base has scroll feet with disguised casters underneath and a broad mahogany panel in-between.
The mirror is in excellent condition, the original mirror plate is also in excellent condition.
The mirror can be taken off the stand for transport. (Circa 1850)
Height 172cm (67.7 inches)
Width 85cm (33.5 inches)
Depth 63cm (24.8 inches)