A grand-scale trumeau mirror decorated with Neoclassical elements and dating from the late eighteenth to early nineteenth century, France. This Louis XVI style trumeau mirror features two above-mirror boiserie panels containing Neoclassical elements. The top panel is decorated with a large "pot à feu" urn, which is an architectural ornament consisting of a rounded stone vase with a flame above it. The panel beneath displays a lovely laurel garland wreath. Its wood frame is finished with a taupe and faded-olive green paint patina. A delightful entry or living room mirror to make a grand impact and add a touch of French elegance to your home.
Note: Mirrors have been photographed facing fabric, a technique that reveals any age spots in the glass. In some cases, this may create the appearance of an empty frame, but each mirror is complete except where explicitly stated.
Heavy wear consistent with age and use - note the surface crack between the boiserie elements.
Approx. overall 106¾" high x 37¾" wide x 2¼" deep
Approx. overall 271cm high x 96cm wide x 6cm deep