A 19th century Victorian mahogany cheval mirror.
The mirror plate is held in a dome top mahogany frame that has a rounded front profile.
The mirror hangs between a pair of pierced serpentine shaped supports with a scroll decoration at both ends.
The base has four short shaped legs which are raised on casters with a broad serpentine edged platform between the mirror supports.
The mirror is in good order with a few chips to the veneer around the base. (Circa 1870)
Height 160.5cm (63.2 inches)
Width 91cm (35.8 inches)
Depth 65cm (25.6 inches)