We are in the news again on the Milton Keynes Citizen
Over 30 of the Dealers from the now closed Woburn Abbey Antiques Centre have banded together to form The Antiques Association in a fabulous five storey Georgian townhouse at Market Place in the village of Woburn.
A Regency mahogany cheval mirror. The square uprights with moulded edges, are joined by two cross rails. The lower one being nicely turned. It is standing on sabre legs with brass box casters. The original mirror plate is set in a cross grained and moulded frame. The mirror is held in place by two embossed brass knobs which can be tightened or loosened to adjust the angle of the mirror glass. The piece is topped by a pair of urn finials. The mirror plate can be replaced by new glass if required. circa 1820 (GW 362) £1500.00
Height 73 inches 185.5cm Width 32¼inches 82cm
A Rosewood over mantle mirror. The top and side sections of the mirror have turned columns, which terminate in gilded capitals. The mirror plate is surrounded by a gilt slip. circa 1840 (WPMR 192) £355.00
Height 17¼ inch's 44cm Width 29¼ inch's 74cm
A late victorian toilet mirror. The adjustable arched top frame is fitted with bevelled glass and it is supported on a pair of scrolled uprights. The base has two drawers and sits on bun feet. C1880. Height 32.5 inches 82.5 cms Width 24.25 inches 61.5 cms Depth 10.5 inches 27 cms. £425.00
A 19th century Mahogany hall mirror with its original plate. 54 inches tall by 30.5 inches wide. £495.00. JS