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Small Chippendale Mirror

$895 Sale: $595

circa 1770-1780

 

These country Chippendale mirrors were made in New England during the last quarter of the 18th Century. Since mirror glass was very expensive, it was relatively uncommon to find native crafted mirrors of this size. Our mirror includes the same detailed scrolling as the original. The back of the scroll work is appropriately blocked, and the mirror back is covered with a thin piece of pine.

 

Small Chippendale Mirror:

Height 24” Width 15”

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circa 1770-1780

 

These country Chippendale mirrors were made in New England during the last quarter of the 18th Century. Since mirror glass was very expensive, it was relatively uncommon to find native crafted mirrors of this size. Our mirror includes the same detailed scrolling as the original. The back of the scroll work is appropriately blocked, and the mirror back is covered with a thin piece of pine.

 

Small Chippendale Mirror:

Height 24” Width 15”

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CraftsmanThe Eldred Wheeler handcrafted furniture you buy today will be a part of your family for generation to come.Typical production furniture may cost less, but it simply won’t last that long. We make investment quality pieces to the same standards set by 18th century American craftsmen, using the same materials: wide boards of native Cherry and Tiger Maple, hand-forged nails, and hand—filed hardware. Period construction techniques, such as pegged mortise and tenon and dovetail joints, require extensive hand fitting. We make our furniture the way it would have been built two hundred years ago, so it has all the character of antiques.

 

 

What is Tiger Maple?

tiger mapleTiger Maple comes from the red maple tree of the eastern United States and Canada. Its hardness, durability and beautiful wavy pattern made it a favorite of 18th century cabinet makers. The distinctive array of patterns in a tiger maple piece from Eldred Wheeler will enhance its uniqueness and charm.