No. 60 Large Adam Panel Mirror
Classical and opulent, this panel mirror embodies a celebration of NeoClassical splendour with a richly gilded frame and fluted columns taking the eye to the carved acanthus leaves at the top. The piece boasts six panels which can come with 24mm bevel edge glass for extra sparkle and lustre.
This splendid mirror is perhaps the zenith piece of our English NeoClassical range. It is not the largest but lavish in detail, testing the carvery and composition skills of our expert team.
The Adam style is an 18th-century Neoclassical style of interior design, as practised by the three Adam brothers from Scotland, most famously Robert Adam (1728–1792) who advocated a single uniform design scheme for fixtures and fittings. The Adam style found its niche in high class residences in later 18th-century UK and Russia and adjuncts the Regency period in design styles.
This frame can also come without the bevel edges to the glass panels for a cost saving of £100
62" High x 53" Wide
1575 mm High x 1350 mm Wide
Please see our Finishes page for gilding options
NB this frame cannot be easily trimmed in height but the made-to-measure is available.
For plain glass (rather than bevel edged glass), £100 will be deducted from the price