Octagonal Mirror, Dyed-Python Skin and Polished Steel, Style of Karl Springer
This handsome mirror is very much in the style of pieces created in the 1970s by the iconic firm of Karl Springer Ltd, with its polished steel frame, beveled mirror and dyed python skin this is the ultimate in quality and style!
Hollywood-Regency Baroque / Rococo Gilt-Wood Mirror: Italian, 1950s-60s
Italian gilt scrolled wall mirror in the manner of Dorothy Draper.
Midcentury Wall-Hung Mirror with Shelf, Milo Baughman for DIA, 1970s
This piece was designed by the iconic furniture designer Milo Baughman for DIA in the 1970s. The race-track design is comprised of a single band of polished chrome and a band of polished brass. The suspended shelf has an inset piece of clear glass.
Neo-Classic Hand-Forged Steel and Bronze Mirror: American 1930s-40s
This incredible mirror was designed by Milo Baughman and produced by Thayer Coggin Furniture Company in the 1970s. With its cut-corner and fret-work polished chrome frame this piece is hip, modern and even Hollywood-Regency in it's design.
"Furniture that is too obviously designed," said Milo Baughman, "is very interesting, but too often belongs only in museums." In Baughman's distinguished body of work, his vast creativity never interfered with functionality, instead he struck an ideal modernist balance. Using the consummate mid-century modern materials - like chrome, stainless, glass and leather - he created a new visual vocabulary, built on the legacy of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Marcel Breuer, but infused with the style and ease of the American West Coast.
Biedermeier Wall-Hung Console with Mirror, Mahogany: Austrian, 19th Century
Lovely 19th century Austrian Biedermeier mirror with a demi-lune bracketed wall shelf. Made with mahogany veneers and bronze doré mounts.
Art Deco Style Wall Mirror
Newly lacquered rectangular Art Deco style mirror.