Cheval mirror


Second quarter 20th Century

  • £475.00
  • €549 Euro
  • $661 US Dollar

United Kingdom

Hoarde Vintage Member since 2018
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An eye-catching cheval mirror, originally used in a gents’ outfitters, so the mirror is generously proportioned. The fixed (i.e. non-tilting) design is very rare. Most likely dating from the 1940s, the mirror has a broad base with cabriole legs, and really pleasing curved corners to the mirror frame.

There are a few small scratches on the mirror, - just normal age-related type of wear and tear, and nothing that would affect usage of the mirror.

The upper mirror section is bolted to the base, so can be removed for transport.

Base – 84 cm wide x 38 cm deep
Total height – 178 cm
Mirror (glazed) area – 61 cm wide x 142 cm high


Second quarter 20th Century

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Mole Vintage is run by husband and wife, Kevin and Sara Moore and grew out of our shared enthusiasm for sourcing unusual and characterful vintage items.  We are not especially interested in (or expert about) high-end antiques, or followers of current trends, nor bound by a particular period, but we are drawn to pieces which have a strong presence.  Either because of their inherent quality and design, or because they are something unique or eye-catching. 

Much, but not all, of our furniture, lighting, mirrors and decorative items are sourced in France, where we have developed a great network of local dealers since we started six years ago.

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