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Antique Mirrors

From Louis Philippe mirrors to reclaimed arched window mirrors, our collection of antique mirrors is an eclectic, timeless mix of styles.

Black Wooden Antique Mirror - H162cm
£1,400.00

A beautiful large antique mirror from the late 19th century with mercury plate. The mirror plate has a really interesting patination which is faded where the hessian would have been used to cushion the glass. This antique full-length wall standing mirror features a painted black wooden frame and is in wonderful condition for its age.

 

Antique French Mirror Circa 1880 - H144cm
£1,100.00

An amazing antique French mirror circa 1880, with a decorative gilt frame featuring flowers and foliage. The original aged mercury plate adds to the highly decorative charm of this large mirror. A beautiful addition to a dressing room or living space or even a characterful commercial interior.

French Silver Gilt Wall Mirror - H120cm
£850.00

A beautifully proportioned antique French mirror with a silver gilt frame. The mirror features the original back and glass plate and can be wall hung. The fame’s beautiful patination sets off the beading perfectly. A fantastic piece for either modern or period homes.

Silver Gilt Louis Philippe Antique Mirror - H110cm
£695.00

A beautiful example of mid 19th century French design, this antique Louis Philippe mirror features a lovely silver gilt frame. The sleek rounded edges to the top and squared off corners to the base are typical of this era and add a timeless look to this piece. The frame features a discreet leaf pattern. This mirror would be ideal placed on a mantel piece or in a hallway.

window mirror for garden or interior Antique
Small Cast Iron Arched Mirror - H144cm
£1,090.00

19th century floor standing arched factory window mirror. Fantastic patina over the cast iron frame. This mirror is suitable for both interior and exterior use. We especially love them featured in a garden setting.  The beautiful iron frame holds newly fitted mirrors where the original glass would have been.