Description: This is a large size dressing mirror, unquestionably early 19th century and of striking satinwood with painted floral decorations throughout. Because these are fragile forms, few have survived. This mirror, on the back of the frame has old ironwork supports. Obviously, it was precious enough to repair and to last. The shield form of the mirror is typical of Hepplewhite designs and often used as the back form of the Hepplewhite side chair.
Location of Origin: England
Medium/Materials: Satinwood, Paint
Dimensions: Height: 36 in. Width: 28 1/2 in. Depth: 11 in.
Primary Classification: Decorative Arts and Furniture : Furniture : Tables
Secondary Classification: All Works of Art By Theme : By Style / Period : Georgian
Provenance: Pebble Hill Plantation