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Antiqued Mirror Folding Screen

Antique French Louis XV Green Gold 3-Panel Folding Dressing Vanity Screen Mirror
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Antique French Louis XV style green and gold three-panel tall folding dressing vanity mirror screen
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Early 20th Century French Louis XV Antique Antiqued Mirror Folding Screen

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Mirror, Wood

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1890s French Art Nouveau Antique Antiqued Mirror Folding Screen

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Contemporary Minimal Round Coffee Side Table in Travertine Stone Natural Pores
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Located in Porto, PT
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French 19th Century Gilt-Bronze and Pietra Dura Vanity Stand, Attr. Tahan, Paris
By Tahan Paris
Located in Los Angeles, CA
A fine and rare French 19th century gilt-bronze and pietra dura vanity stand, attributed to Jean-Pierre-Alexandre Tahan (1813-1892) - Maison Tahan, Paris. The ornate slender bronze b...
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Late 19th Century French Rococo Revival Antique Antiqued Mirror Folding Screen

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Lapis Lazuli, Marble, Bronze, Enamel

French Neoclassical Revival Giltwood Mirror and Upholstered 3-Panel Screen
Located in Hopewell, NJ
A sublimely elegant versatile antique French neoclassical folding screen having central panel with cresting of a garland with crimped ribbon ties over a square mirrored panel edged i...
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Early 1900s French Neoclassical Antique Antiqued Mirror Folding Screen

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Louis XVI Style Bunk Beds/Matching Pair of Single Beds Made by La Maison London
By La Maison London
Located in London, Park Royal
Louis XVI style bunk beds, exclusive to La Maison London: Hand carved featuring a band of intricate laurel leaves along the side bars and hand finished to order (picture shows a pale...
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2010s British Louis XVI Antique Antiqued Mirror Folding Screen

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Louis XV Kingwood Grand Piano
By Carl Bechstein
Located in New York, NY
French Louis XV-style ormolu mounted kingwood, tulipwood & parquetry grand piano (sgnd C.BECHSTEIN, numbered 20475 for the date 1888)
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19th Century French Antique Antiqued Mirror Folding Screen

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Ormolu, Brass

  • Louis XV Kingwood Grand Piano
  • Louis XV Kingwood Grand Piano
  • Louis XV Kingwood Grand Piano
  • Louis XV Kingwood Grand Piano
H 39 in W 80 in D 59 in
1950's Amazing "Magic Box' Organiser Bureau Compact Plywood Ateliers Genestar
By Mummenthaler and Meier
Located in bergen op zoom, NL
This 'Magic Box' organising desk has been produced by various manufactures in Europe in the 1950's and 1960's Commonly this desk is known as produced in Switzerland by Mummenthale...
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1950s French Mid-Century Modern Antique Antiqued Mirror Folding Screen

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Oak, Plywood

Fornasetti Raised Small Sideboard Cabinet Architettura Celeste Architectural
By Fornasetti
Located in MILANO, IT
The sideboard cabinet is handcrafted using original artisan techniques, like all Fornasetti pieces of furniture This cabinet is silk-screened by hand, hand-finished and covered with...
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21st Century and Contemporary Italian Modern Antique Antiqued Mirror Folding Screen

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Hand Painted and Faux Marble Buffet Cabinet, Swiss or Swedish circa 1830
Located in San Francisco, CA
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Mid-19th Century Scandinavian Antique Antiqued Mirror Folding Screen

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Wood

Steinway & Sons Concert Grand Piano
Located in SAINT-OUEN-SUR-SEINE, FR
This extraordinary concert grand piano with 88 keys was made by the prestigious firm Steinway & Sons around 1894. The case's decoration was entrusted to the company Cuel & Cie and mo...
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Late 19th Century French Louis XV Antique Antiqued Mirror Folding Screen

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Wood, Giltwood

  • Steinway & Sons Concert Grand Piano
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H 42.92 in W 108.27 in D 61.03 in
The Rosace Bed: Hand Carved In The Louis XVI Style By La Maison London
By La Maison London
Located in London, Park Royal
The Rosace bed is an elegant example of the French LXVI style, with its classic columns and restrained ornamentation the bedstead stands tall and exudes a nobel confidence. The apex ...
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2010s English Louis XVI Antique Antiqued Mirror Folding Screen

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Cane, Wood

Venetian Monumental Seated Bird Cage
Located in New York, NY
Italian Venetian style (20th Cent) octagonal shaped painted and decorated metal and wood bird cage with 8 upholstered seat and back cushions around base. (Franco Zefferelli Collection)
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Early 20th Century Italian Rococo Antique Antiqued Mirror Folding Screen

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Metal

Antique English Transfer Printed Basin or Sink
Located in Wormelow, Herefordshire
An antique transfer printed basin depicting floral scenes manufactured by Fred Walsh and Co. Supplied with wrought iron wall mounted brackets. Original nickel plated taps.
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Late 19th Century Antique Antiqued Mirror Folding Screen

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Wrought Iron

  • Antique English Transfer Printed Basin or Sink
  • Antique English Transfer Printed Basin or Sink
  • Antique English Transfer Printed Basin or Sink
  • Antique English Transfer Printed Basin or Sink
H 25.99 in W 27.56 in D 19.3 in
French Louis XV Style 3-Fold Screen with Toile Upholstered Panels
Located in New York, NY
French Louis XV style (19/20th Century) cerused wooden frame 3 fold screen with white satin upholstered panels in a red toile print.
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Late 19th Century French Louis XV Antique Antiqued Mirror Folding Screen

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Satin, Wood

19th Century French Louis XVI Painted Armoire ~ Wardrobe
Located in Dallas, TX
19th century French Louis XVI painted armoire ~ wardrobe is a splendid combination of style, form and function! The full length hand-beveled mirror on the door provides a lovely refl...
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1890s French Louis XVI Antique Antiqued Mirror Folding Screen

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Bronze

Monumental Fireplace Signed by Jules Allard and Louis Ardisson
Located in SAINT-OUEN-SUR-SEINE, FR
Located in the hall of a ballroom, this exceptional fireplace welcomed the 80 guests of Edward Julius Berwind's luxurious New York home in the Louis XV style. It attests to the true ...
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Late 19th Century French Napoleon III Antique Antiqued Mirror Folding Screen

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Marble, Breccia Marble, Carrara Marble

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A Close Look at louis-xv Furniture

The style of 18th-century French furniture was guided by the court. When Louis XV, who reigned from 1715–74, focused royal life on the smaller salons of Versailles rather than its grand chambers, it transformed the aesthetics away from the imposing and angular furniture that characterized the style of Louis XIV. A broader focus on comfort and more delicate forms define antique Louis XV furniture, with nature-inspired carvings, wood inlays, curved cabriole legs, asymmetrical shapes and rounded oval seat backs. The furnishings changed throughout the king’s life, as he ascended to the throne as a child and then grew to establish his own tastes.

Pieces like the bergère, an upholstered armchair with a wide cushion that fit the flowing dresses in fashion at the time, reflected this more informal court. Introduced at the start of Louis XV’s reign, bergère chairs in this style were deeper and broader than other chairs of the period.

Louis XV tapestries and carpets tended to be floral and colorful, and design elements were borrowed from Asia. Dutch-born cabinetmaker Bernard van Risenburgh brought lacquer techniques influenced by Japan and China into his luxuriously made furniture. Along with its fine details, the furniture of the era also featured new innovations including mechanical devices. Jean François Oeben, a royal cabinetmaker, created such intricate pieces as a mechanical table for Madame de Pompadour, Louis XV’s mistress. It involved a sliding top and a writing surface that extended from its marquetry panels.

During the later years of Louis XV’s reign, there was a shift from the ostentatious rocaille style, part of the exuberantly decorative Rococo movement in Europe for which designers such as Nicolas Pineau and Juste-Aurèle Meissonier are known. The style under Louis XVI would return to boxier forms, but with a neoclassical touch inspired by the ancient world.

Find antique Louis XV bedroom furniture, seating, tables and decorative objects on 1stDibs.

Finding the Right floor-mirrors-full-length-mirrors for You

Bringing antique and vintage floor mirrors and full-length mirrors into your home is a no-brainer. The right mirror in the bedroom, bathroom and by the door in your home’s entryway — for last-minute accessorizing, of course — can make all the difference.

However, knowing where to strategically place your mirror can help illuminate your interior design choices and add a glamorous accent to any room.

A large beveled floor mirror can add depth to a space — particularly if you’re working with small rooms. It can echo the contour lines of wall paneling and make a bedroom appear larger than it is. Both floor mirrors and full-length mirrors create a window-like effect, reflecting light and brightening the room. Hanging a large mirror opposite a window will flood a room with natural light and engender a feeling of spaciousness.

Consider the placement of a mirror in the room: Displaying vases, boxes and other decorative objects in front of a mirror reflects these items, drawing attention to a prized collection and emphasizing their visual qualities for dramatic effect.

A large antique wall mirror or celebrated iconic design such as Paul Evans’s Patchwork mirror or the flashy, sensuous Ultrafragola mirror created by Ettore Sottsass can be positioned as the focal point in a living room or dining room.

When your mirror isn’t the star of the show, it can be used to enhance a focal point. Hang abstract art — a grouping of paintings or drawings, perhaps — on the wall opposite the mirror to establish narrative character in a space and create an intriguing color pattern.

It is important to consider the size, shape and frame of a mirror. Most full-length mirrors have a traditional rectangular shape, but postmodern mirrors may offer more variety. For a mirror that makes a bold statement, Art Deco mirrors typically feature geometrically pronounced frames that stand out in a room.

Add light to your interiors while providing an artistic accent to any room. Browse the selection of antique and vintage floor mirrors and full-length mirrors on 1stDibs today.