Mirror Chippendale
Item no TM0084

Black finish | bevelled mirror glass

Enhance your interior with the "Mirror Chippendale," a tribute to the timeless designs of Thomas Chippendale.

Enhance your interior with the "Mirror Chippendale," a tribute to the timeless designs of Thomas Chippendale.

Crafted with meticulous detail, its hand-carved black-finished frame complements the beveled mirror glass. Measuring L. 161 cm, W. 104 cm, and D. 7 cm, this mirror combines Chippendale's 18th-century elegance with contemporary flair. Although not published in Chippendale's 'Gentleman and Cabinet Maker's Director,' it embodies his classic aesthetic, making it a sophisticated addition to any space.

HISTORIC PROVENANCE


The Mirror Chippendale is inspired by Thomas Chippendale’s (1718–1779) design for a mirror (ca. 1753–62) in The Met collection. In 1754, Chippendale published the first edition of his successful book Gentleman and Cabinet Maker's Director, which contains 161 engraved plates for a range of furniture in the Gothic, Chinese, and Rococo styles, plus a series of plain domestic pieces. Though this particular mirror design wasn’t published in the book, it’s reflective of Chippendale’s popular English-Rococo aesthetic. Hand carved in an ornate black finish, our mirror features elegant bevelled glass.

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