Mirrors

One of the home’s best-loved interior features has a lengthy history. Circa 4,000 BC the Mesopotamians regarded their reflections in a polished piece of metal, while the ‘Sun King’ Louis XIV of France ordered in excess of 300 framed mirrors for the famed Hall of Mirrors at the Palace of Versailles. Mirrors are frequently associated with vanity and luxury, but they can also be used for practical purposes, such as reflecting light into an otherwise dark home. This interior feature comes in all shapes and sizes and is as useful as it is beautiful.

 
A DANISH EMPIRE MIRROR, first half of 19th century.
Current bid 
500 SEK
Estimate 
3 000 SEK
ERIKS MÅLAGLAS, mirror, no 611.
Current bid 
800 SEK
Estimate 
2 500 SEK
A late gustavian mirror, ca 1800.
Current bid 
500 SEK
Estimate 
4 000 SEK
SPEGEL 1940-tal.
Current bid 
600 SEK
Estimate 
2 500 SEK
SPEGEL 1960/70-tal.
Current bid 
1 500 SEK
Estimate 
2 500 SEK
A circa 1900 mirror.
Current bid 
3 800 SEK
Estimate 
8 000 SEK
A late 18th Century mirror.
Current bid 
400 SEK
Estimate 
4 000 SEK
A 1970's mirror.
No bids
Estimate 
2 500 SEK
A mid 19th Century mirror.
Current bid 
1 000 SEK
Estimate 
2 500 SEK
TRYMÅ/SPEGEL sent 1800-tal.
Current bid 
300 SEK
Estimate 
3 000 SEK