An English Black Forest style carved and painted wood mirror from the mid-19th century, with faux branches, foliage and fruits. Born in England during the 1850s, this mirror features a charming carved frame made of faux branches intersecting with one another. The corners are accented with diagonal planks while the sides and crest are delicately adorned with green painted scrolling foliage and red mouth-watering fruits. The ensemble surrounds a central mirror plate with medium antiquing. The delicate contrast between the light tones of the faux branches and green and red painted accents, combined with the rustic feel the of Black Forest style, makes this English 1850s wall mirror an excellent choice to decorate any home, particularly in a mountain cabin or country home.
H 39 in. x W 30 in. x D 3 in.
H 99.06 cm x W 76.2 cm x D 7.62 cm