A French neoclassical style architectural element from the 19th century, made into a trumeau mirror. Born in France during the 19th century, this neoclassical style architectural element presents a linear silhouette beautifully adorned with protruding accents, columns and reeded motifs. Our attention is immediately drawn to the molded cornice overhanging reeded patterns, and is then lead to two thin fluted columns supporting Doric-influenced capitals flanking a horizontal mirror plate. Perfectly balanced by the central accentuation that brings all the elements together, this mirror is painted in a soft color complimenting the clean lines beautifully, making it a great choice to decorate any living room, dining room or foyer.
Place of Origin: France
Period: 19th Century
Dimensions: 65" Wide x 55" High x 8" Deep
Inventory Number: HH6