This exquisite Regency-style parclose mirror dates from the nineteenth century. The frame is molded from brass, with an oxidized patina. The triangular openwork pediment is decorated with foliage and flowers and perhaps even two lion's heads facing outwards. The thinner parts of the frame are decorated with seashells. The beveled glass is original.
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.