Georgian Hand-Carved Wooden Convex Bullseye Mirror
Circa 1790 George III Hand-carved Wooden Bullseye Mirror. This magnificent piece is surrounded by mesmerizing details, including the acanthus leaves which create a greater presence. The patina on the gilt carved wood highlights the carving of the acanthus leaves along with the gold leaf surrounding the entire front of the mirror. The mirror itself is a splendorous part of the piece, which emphasizes the uniqueness and vintage look through the oxidated glass. Ebonized detail surround the edge of the mirror. There is a beautifully carved figure of a deer peacefully sitting on the top of the mirror. This piece has some minor imperfections, including chips and scratches. There are some scruffs and a missing piece of wood in the back, however, this does not affect the structure of the mirror. The back of the mirror has some extra wood pieces for additional reinforcement.
Approximate weight: 12 lb.
W= 24 Inches
D= 5 Inches
H= 37 Inches