A beautifully designed late 1800’s framed mirror with candle sconces. The beveled mirror features an ornate geometric & floral frame The bronze frame is well detailed with a warm bronze patina. This finely detailed piece was made during the Eastlake period (1870-1890), a nineteenth-century architecture and design reform movement started by British architect and writer Charles Eastlake (1836-1906). A pair of Art Nouveau-influenced (1890-1910) candle sconces are fastened at the bottom and beautifully illuminate one’s reflection. The back has a solid bronze ring for wall mounting. The numbers ‘5344’ are inscribed above it.
Condition: The bronze shows some signs of patina and the mirror has some oxidation spots.
Frame Approximately 15” x 10”
Mirror 5-1/8” x 8-1/4”
Candle Holders protrude 3"
Removable candle holder metal insert 7/8” diameter
1-1/2” Mounting Ring