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Pair of George II Style Carved Giltwood Mirrors
Located in London, GB
A pair of George II style mirrors Constructed in carved giltwood, the waisted teardrop shaped mercury plates housed within asymmetrical conforming frames in the George II manner r...
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Antique 19th Century English George II Wall Mirrors

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Giltwood

Pair of George II Tablet Mirrors in the Manner of Kent
By William Kent
Located in Brooklyn, NY
An extraordinary pair of Georgian looking glasses, these mirrors exemplify the height of the creative powers of William Kent (1685-1748), one of the preeminent British designers and ...
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Antique 19th Century English George II Wall Mirrors

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Mirror, Mahogany, Paint

Pair of George II/Neoclassical Style English 19th Century Giltwood Mirrors
Located in New York, NY
A fine pair of George II/neoclassical style English 19th century carved giltwood mirrors. The mirrors are structured as if each where a classical temple with linear architectural ele...
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Antique 19th Century English George II Mantel Mirrors and Fireplace Mirrors

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Wood, Mirror

Pair of George II Grey Painted Tablet Mirrors in the Manner of Kent
By William Kent
Located in Brooklyn, NY
An extraordinary pair of Georgian looking glasses, these mirrors exemplify the height of the creative powers of William Kent (1685-1748), one of the preeminent British designers and ...
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Antique 19th Century English George II Wall Mirrors

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Mahogany, Paint, Mirror

Pair of 19th Century Carved Giltwood Mirrors in the George II Style
Located in London, GB
A pair of George II style mirrors Constructed in carved giltwood, the wasted teardrop shaped mercury plates housed within asymmetrical conforming frames in the George II manner ri...
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Antique 19th Century English George II Wall Mirrors

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Giltwood, Mirror

Pair of Mid-18th Century English George II Giltwood Girandoles
Located in New York, NY
Pair of English George II (circa 1750) gilt-wood shaped form mirrors with elaborate carved scroll designs, having two pair of lights emanating from the center.
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Antique Mid-18th Century English George II Wall Mirrors

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Mirror, Giltwood

Pair of 19th Century Walnut Bevelled Mirrors in George II Style
Located in Essex, MA
Pair of beautiful George II style mirrors Well figured bookmatched walnut Bevelled hand cut mirror, original silvering Each with original Georgian candleholders Provenance: "...
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Antique 19th Century English Georgian Wall Mirrors

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Walnut

Pair of George II Style Giltwood Wall or Console Mirrors with Phoenix Carvings
Located in Stamford, CT
A pair of Palatial George II style giltwood wall or console mirrors. Each mirror set in a wood frame that is gilt gold decorated. Both having wonderful pediment tops depicting winged...
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Vintage 1960s Chinese Chippendale Wall Mirrors

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Giltwood

Pair of Unusual Trumeau Mirrors
Located in Montreal, QC
This parcel gilt and walnut veneered pair seem rather English in feel although this type of mirror is typically French. Also these most unusual martial trophies are something we have...
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Early 20th Century English George II Trumeau Mirrors

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Wood

  • Pair of Unusual Trumeau Mirrors
  • Pair of Unusual Trumeau Mirrors
  • Pair of Unusual Trumeau Mirrors
  • Pair of Unusual Trumeau Mirrors
H 28.38 in. W 12 in. D 1 in.
Pair of George II Style Mirrors
Located in Port Chester, NY
A pair of custom George II style carved and painted broken pediment mirrors with carved shells and gadrooned moldings.
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21st Century and Contemporary George II Wall Mirrors

Pair of George II Style Mirrors
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
Pair of mirrors in George II taste, of mahogany and parcel gilt, its recangular plate in gadrooned border, surmounted by broken pediment centered with Prince-of-Wales plumes behind a...
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Early 20th Century English Wall Mirrors

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Wood, Mirror

Pair of George II Giltwood Mirrors
Located in Port Chester, NY
Pair of George II Giltwood Mirrors w Carved Eagles and Shell
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Antique 19th Century English More Mirrors

Pair of George II Design Mirrors
Located in Peterborough, Northamptonshire
A pair of white/ivory painted mirrors of George II design, very well carved in relief the moulded tops with scrolling acanthus leaves and shell carving to the base with broken arch p...
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20th Century British Wall Mirrors

  • Pair of George II Design Mirrors
  • Pair of George II Design Mirrors
  • Pair of George II Design Mirrors
  • Pair of George II Design Mirrors
H 57 in. W 38 in. D 4 in.
Pair of George II Rococo Mirrors
Located in Port Chester, NY
Pair of George II Rococo pickled pine mirrors with elegant "C"-scroll and foliate carved surround.
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Early 20th Century Rococo Pier Mirrors and Console Mirrors

  • Pair of George II Rococo Mirrors
  • Pair of George II Rococo Mirrors
  • Pair of George II Rococo Mirrors
  • Pair of George II Rococo Mirrors
H 50 in. W 27 in. D 2 in.
Pair of George II Scroll Top Mirrors
Located in Port Chester, NY
A fine pair of George II carved gilt wood scroll top mirrors with cartouche surmount, carved acanthus and brass sconce arms.
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Antique 18th Century and Earlier British Pier Mirrors and Console Mirrors

Rare Pair of George II Scroll Top Mirrors
Located in Port Chester, NY
A fine and rare pair (left or right) of George II scroll top walnut and gilt mirrors with carved eagles, carved and molded giltwood scroll tops with acanthus and molded giltwood edges.
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Antique 18th Century and Earlier English Pier Mirrors and Console Mirrors

Exceptional Pair of George II Gilt Pier Mirrors
Located in New York, NY
Exceptional Pair of George II Pier Mirrors of Arched Bipartite Plates contained within Gilt Gesso Frames Surmounted by Broken Swan Neck Pediments centered by Ostrich Plumes with Scor...
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Antique 18th Century and Earlier English Georgian Pier Mirrors and Conso...

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Gesso, Glass

Pair of George II Rococo Giltwood Mirrors, 19th century
Located in Port Chester, NY
Pair of George II Rococo Carved Giltwood Mirrors with Pagoda Form Cresting
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Antique 19th Century English More Mirrors

Vintage Pair of Gilded and Cream Painted Georgian Revival Mirrors, 20th Century
Located in London, GB
This is a very decorative pair of hand carved giltwood and cream painted mirrors in George II manner and dating from the second half of the 20th century. This rectangular pair fea...
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Vintage 1960s George II More Mirrors

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Mirror, Giltwood

Pair of Rare English Chinoiserie Eglomise Mirrors. Circa 1740
Located in Charleston, SC
An extremely rare pair of George II Queen Anne Chinoiserie eglomise mirrors with figural and landscape scenes. Mirrors retain the original glass and wood backing. Mid 18th Century
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Antique 1740s English George II Wall Mirrors

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Mirror, Wood

Matched Pair of George II Parcel Gilt Mahogany Mirrors
Located in Boston, MA
Each upright rectangular mirror plate within a gilt-gesso leaf-tip-carved molding, the mahogany-veneered frame enclosed within gilded egg-and-tongue moldings, with a swan-neck open p...
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Antique 18th Century and Earlier English George II Mantel Mirrors and Fi...

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Wood

Pair of 18th Century Irish George II Giltwood Pier Mirrors
Located in New York, NY
Each rectangular mirror plate set within an exuberantly carved surround enriched with C-scrolls and foliate sprays, surmounted by a floral bouquet. A charming example of the transiti...
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Antique 1740s Irish George II Pier Mirrors and Console Mirrors

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Giltwood

Pair of Large English George II Style Mirrors
Located in London, GB
A pair of large English George II style walnut and parcel gilded mirrors.    
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Vintage 1910s English Wall Mirrors

  • Pair of Large English George II Style Mirrors
  • Pair of Large English George II Style Mirrors
  • Pair of Large English George II Style Mirrors
  • Pair of Large English George II Style Mirrors
H 53.15 in. W 28.75 in. D 1.97 in.
Pair of Period George II Walnut and Gilt Etched Glass Mirrors
Located in Essex, MA
Pair of Period George II or Queen Ann walnut and gilt mirrors. Original etched glass panels. Walnut and gilding in original surfaces. Shell motif.  
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Antique Early 18th Century English Georgian Wall Mirrors

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Walnut, Mirror

George Ii Mirror Pair For Sale on 1stDibs

Choose from an assortment of styles, material and more with respect to the george ii mirror pair you’re looking for at 1stDibs. A george ii mirror pair — often made from wood, glass and mirror — can elevate any home. Your living room may not be complete without a george ii mirror pair — find older editions for sale from the 18th Century and newer versions made as recently as the 21st Century. A george ii mirror pair, designed in the Georgian or Rococo style, is generally a popular piece of furniture.

How Much is a George Ii Mirror Pair?

Prices for a george ii mirror pair can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — at 1stDibs, they begin at $1,200 and can go as high as $76,000, while the average can fetch as much as $10,628.

Finding the Right Mirrors for You

We’ve come a long way from the polished stone that served as mirrors in Central America thousands of years ago or the copper mirrors of Mesopotamia before that.

The road from early innovations in reflective glass to the alluring antique and vintage mirrors in trendy modern interiors has been a long one but we’re reminded of the journey everywhere we look. Today’s coveted glass Venetian mirrors, which should be cleaned with a solution of white vinegar and water, were likely produced in Italy beginning in the 1500s, while antique mirrors originating during the 19th century can add the rustic farmhouse feel to your mudroom that you didn’t know you needed.

By the early 20th century, experiments with various alloys allowed for mirrors to be made inexpensively. The geometric shapes and beveled edges that characterize mirrors crafted in the Art Deco style of the 1920s can bring pizzazz to your entryway, while an ornate La Barge mirror made in the Hollywood Regency style makes a statement in any bedroom. Friedman Brothers is a particularly popular manufacturer known for decorative round and rectangular framed mirrors designed in the Rococo, Louis XVI and other styles, including dramatic wall mirrors framed in gold faux bamboo that bear the hallmarks of Asian design

Perhaps unsurprisingly, mid-century modernism continues to influence the design of contemporary mirrors. Today’s simple yet chic mantel mirror frames, often neutral in color, owe to the understated mirror designs introduced in the postwar era.

Sculptor and furniture maker Paul Evans had been making collage-style cabinets since at least the late 1950s when he designed his Patchwork mirror — part of a series that yielded expressive works of combined brass, copper and pewter — for Directional Furniture during the mid-1960s. Several books celebrating Evans’s work were published beginning in the early 2000s, as his unconventional furniture has been enjoying a moment not unlike the resurgence that the Ultrafragola mirror is seeing. Designed by the Memphis Group’s Ettore Sottsass in 1970, the Ultrafragola mirror, in all its sensuous acrylic splendor, has become somewhat of a star thanks to much-lauded appearances in shelter magazines and on social media.

On 1stDibs, we have a broad selection of antique, new and vintage mirrors and tips on how to style your contemporary mirror too.