Midd 18th century style American silhouette mirror in laburnum


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Laburnum, Elm, Bevel edge mirror, Oil, Wax

Chippendale country mirrors like this were made circa 1750 they were made mainly using mahogany oak or pine. This mirror has been made using laburnum a timber rarely used by furniture makers other than for turnings. The mirror has a bevel edge the moulding surrounding it is in elm. With fret sawn silhouette shaped sides,a picture of the original from Carlisle Massachusetts can be seen in The book written by Russell Hawes Kettrell page 203 called The Pine Furniture of New England .
The finish is oil and wax.

Height. 26 1/2 inches. 67cm
Width. 16 1/4 inches. 41.5 cm

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This item would have to be collected or courier delivery for £25 to England and Wales

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