These small and decorative wall mirrors are from Italy and date to the late 1700’s. They have a simple rectilinear form adorned with carved scrolling motifs on the crown, at the shoulders, and flanking the lower corners. A small, stylized Fleur de Lys rests at the top of the mirrors while small block feet support the frames. All of this is covered in a beautiful, rich silverleaf, which is original to the mirrors. The glass, though likely not original the frames, are old mercury mirrors, pre-1850. The backs of the frames are painted in a lavender blue and each has a small loop for easy hanging. Today, these small Italian mirrors have a classic yet versatile style, and they can easily be placed in a variety of interior designs.
CONDITION: Very good condition with minor wear and nicks to finish. Mirrors are likely not original, yet antique with losses to silvering.