Early 19th century French Empire mahogany framed convex mirror.
- Thin gilt bronze laurel wreath trim.
- Unlike most convex domed mirrors, this mirror has a flatter dome that curves closer to the edges.
- Convex mirrors originally hung on the walls of dining rooms and were used by footmen to observe the progression of the meal without watching the table directly.
Wear is consistent with age and use.
Depth: 2 inches / 5.08 cm
Diameter: 17.75 inches / 45.09 cm
Mahogany, Mirror, Bronze