H300 Mid-19th century upcycled Architectural arched dome top window sash with early mirrored back. Weathered surface - retaining original gray paint. A fantastic secondary arched interior molded edge mullion mimics the overall arch.
H344 Mid 19th century Large mirror with painted deep frame, the frame depicting a snowy landscape with a waterfall and birds with old looking glass, circa 1860
*SOLD* H357 19th century black painted and decorated wooden framed mirror with beautifully hand painted morning glories along the edges of one corner and a small Humming bird in the opposite corner. Constructed of four individual pieces of wood connected with tongue and grooved glue joints. This unique way of connecting the pieces creates a diamond shaped opening for the mirror. Circa 1880-1890's. Framed
H346 Early 1900's New England wooden framed mirror beautifully hand painted and decorated with Chrysanthemums. Wonderful, thick beveled glass mirror surrounded by slightly convex frame with expertly mitered corners.
RM1306 Wooden Civil War Soldier's folding mirror. Folded
H170 Early wooden framed mirror with original wavy glass mirror. Original black paint with white lettering depicting “NO TRUST” along the top, and “LIVE AND LET LIVE” along the bottom edge. Applied wooden blocks with carved designs adorn each corner and painted decorative symbols adorn the sides.
RM1205 Wonderful Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Federal mirror with reverse painting of a Home with a Widow’s Watch, tree and water. Beautifully painted frame with bittersweet red painted crown molding and fluted pillar columns along the sides, with yellow grain paint decorated accents.
F560 Rare early 19th century reverse painting of bridge over water landscape over top of looking glass. It features outstanding early glass. In an all original three color red, black, and yellow frame Circa 1820s.
G219 Rare late 1800's New England drop leaf American Harvest Table, mortised stright tapered turned legs. Harvest Table with a double drop leaf, nice tapered turned legs, with original red paint (circa 1810 - 1820)