Accessories:  Mirrors

A very uncommon ormolu mounted figured mahogany Classical period cheval mirror. Attributed to Honore Lannuier. New York,Ca. 1815

The choice mahogany veneers have a figure called 'horse flesh' which is a discriptor for the streaks of deep purple running with the grain. 76 inches high, 38 inches wide. Replaced glass, refinished, replaced candle arms

See other examples of this form in "Honore Lannuier, Cabinetmaker from Paris," Metropolitan Museum of Art, Page 13, fig. 70 and "Classical American, 1815-1845," The Newark Museum, #18-Livingston family provenance