The Charm of Genuine Antique Mirrors

Exceptionally beautiful and unique antique mirrors evoke a sense of accomplished craftsmanship, detailed and expressive carving as well as intricate emblems and patterning.

Chippendale Period Overmantel Mirror in London

Chippendale Period Overmantel Mirror in London

Such iconic pieces hold their own in historic architectural spaces, and as complementary pieces when arranged with art collections as well. Interior decorators frequently choose mirrors for extending space and light, and as focal points for curated vignettes, and placement might include entryways, above or on mantels, as an anchor or interest point for seating areas, and to enhance the splendor of dining areas.

“The Extraordinary Detail of Antique Mirrors, Rarity and Beautiful Craftmanship”

Our collection of grand antique mirrors are carefully sourced for such important projects and include vertical mirrors, horizontal mirrors, convex mirrors, oval mirrors, dressing table mirrors, and mirror pairs as well.

large 19th century convex mirror

Palatial 19th-century Continental Convex Mirror

Looking for something absolutely palatial? Many historic antique mirrors and individual pieces were created for noble residences, such as extravagantly proportioned 19th century Louis XV style split glass gilt antique pier mirrors. These types of mirrors imbue a space with high ceilings with sense of luxurious heritage and tradition. Nicholas Wells Ltd. has a select offering of such architectural mirrors.

Pair of Louis XV style split Glass 3 meter tall Gilt French Pier Mirrors

Pair of Louis XV style split Glass 3 meter tall Gilt French Pier Mirrors

Nicholas Wells Ltd is an antique dealer based in London and offers a curated selection of fine historic mirrors for the discerning antiques collector, decorator or designer. Every mirror in our collection is individually sourced with the finest quality, outstanding craftsmanship, historic originality and provenance in mind. Antique mirrors are always part of our inventory including Regency convex mirrors with unusual two-tone gilding, and detailing. Octagonal, oval, rectangular and sconce antique mirrors may also be available in a variety of colours and patterns.

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Attributed to Michelangelo Maestri (Italian, d. 1812)

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