Measures about 78 inches high and 56 inches wide when open. Middle section is 28 inches wide and the attachments are 14 inches wide. It appears to be hand carved. The hinges are brass. There is damage to one of the legs which I will have repaired. Don’t see any makers marks.
Purchased at a used furniture store in Pennsylvania.
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Based on the photos and information provided, and subject to examination, this is:
A Rococo revival carved mahogany three-panel folding cheval mirror
late 19th/early 20th Century
With three oval sections (the center larger than the sides), each with acanthus carved crest and swags, raised on four short cabriole legs ending in pad feet.
78 inches high and 56 inches wide (28 inches wide closed)
CONDITION: wear commensurate to age; client repaired a break to leg
PROVENANCE: acquired at a Pennsylvania used furniture store
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