pier mirror

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a large mirror between two windows


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Built in 1899, this brownstone home has original facades and inside details that include wainscoting, an East Lake design pier mirror, six wood fireplace mantels with tile work, mahogany shutters, center mouldings, ceiling rosettes, pocket doors, built-ins and a clawfoot tub.
Some of the major highlights will include: The finest 19th century carved walnut Rococo pier mirror with presale estimate of $30-50,000, a pair of Tiffany Urns from the Frick Estate with a presale of $30-50,000, two antique Popcorn Wagons, an exotic selection of watches costing over $1,000,000, Olympic Torches, a 1991 World Champion "signed" Braves Sign, an exceptionally rare 19th century sculpture of Alexander the Great featured at the 1996 Olympics, & a model of the Emerillon which was the largest ship ever built by Canadian shipyards.
The home also has original details like marble fireplaces, dentil crown moldings, and decorative pier mirrors.
The company now offers a wide range of mantels inspired by popular styles from the late 1700s to the early 1900s, along with colonnades, shelves, hand-hewn beams and pier mirrors.
TIME TO SELL: Johnny Dumfries WILLIAM THORNTON PHOTOGRAPHY; FAST LANE: Johnny in 1988 when he was a racing driver; RICH PICKINGS: Above, two of the rooms inside Dumfries House, main pic; Late George II parcel-gilt rosewood, padouk & sabicu breakfront bookcase pounds 2m to pounds 4m; Two late George II gilt wood Chippendale pier mirrors pounds 600,00 to pounds 4m; George II palm-wrapped mahogany bed pounds 300,000 - pounds 500,000; Set of 22 Scottish George II mahogany dining chairs pounds 400,000 - pounds 600,000