Pier Looking Glass


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Tall looking glasses, or pier mirrors, often between seven and ten feet in height, typically adorned the narrow wall between two windows in Greek Revival interiors. This example is noteworthy for the superb original condition of the finish on its matte and burnished gilded frame.

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