White Painted Bentwood Cheval Mirror (manner of Michael Thonet)

White painted 19th/20th Century bentwood cheval mirror (in the manner of Michael Thonet)
ITEM #
038062A
WIDTH
42.0"
STYLE
Bentwood Bentwood
DEPTH
22.0"
COLOR
White
HEIGHT
75.0"
CATEGORY
Mirrors > Cheval Standing Mirrors
$12,500
In Stock
Qty: 1

White Painted Bentwood Cheval Mirror (manner of Michael Thonet)

In Stock
$12,500
Quantity: 1
White painted 19th/20th Century bentwood cheval mirror (in the manner of Michael Thonet)
ITEM #
038062A
WIDTH
42.0"
DEPTH
22.0"
HEIGHT
75.0"
STYLE
Bentwood Bentwood
COLOR
White
Category
Mirrors > Cheval Standing Mirrors
Cheval mirror

Cheval mirror

A cheval mirror is a full-length mirror. A cheval mirror is suspended between two pillars and attached to a large supporting base above and below the mirror. The cheval mirror is extremely functional because it can be angled to allow oneself to view their entire body. The ability to serve as a full-length mirror has made the cheval mirror a popular piece of furniture for bedrooms and dressing rooms. In fact, the cheval mirror was originally known as a dressing mirror when it was first made in the 1700s.

Cheval mirror

Cheval mirror

A cheval mirror is a full-length mirror. A cheval mirror is suspended between two pillars and attached to a large supporting base above and below the mirror. The cheval mirror is extremely functional because it can be angled to allow oneself to view their entire body. The ability to serve as a full-length mirror has made the cheval mirror a popular piece of furniture for bedrooms and dressing rooms. In fact, the cheval mirror was originally known as a dressing mirror when it was first made in the 1700s.

Cheval mirror

Cheval mirror

A cheval mirror is a full-length mirror. A cheval mirror is suspended between two pillars and attached to a large supporting base above and below the mirror. The cheval mirror is extremely functional because it can be angled to allow oneself to view their entire body. The ability to serve as a full-length mirror has made the cheval mirror a popular piece of furniture for bedrooms and dressing rooms. In fact, the cheval mirror was originally known as a dressing mirror when it was first made in the 1700s.

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