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Large Figural Gilded and Antique Distressed Painted Trumeau Mirror with Sconces
Located in Swedesboro, NJ
This is a gorgeous 1900s era mirror with its own bronze sconces and a switch at the bottom. The Trumeau mirror measures 55 inches tall x 37 wide x 6 inches deep.

Vintage 1910s French Louis XV Trumeau Mirrors



Very Tall French Trumeau Three Piece Wall Mirror Panel With Sconces
Located in Sarasota, FL
An eleven foot high French trumeau three piece wall mirror panel from the pied a terre of the Duke & Duchess of Windsor painted in Paris green with gilt accents. Oil on canvas three ...

Antique Late 19th Century French Louis XVI Trumeau Mirrors


Mirror, Wood

French Regency Gilt and Painted Trumeau Mirror with Flanking Gilt Sconces C 1780
Located in Charleston, SC
French Regency gilt wood and painted trumeau mirror with a gilt carved palmette cornice, flanking scrolled griffons with palmette, centered cherub chariot lead by Pegasus, flanking g...

Antique 1780s French Regency Trumeau Mirrors


Bronze, Gold Leaf

Italian Classical Trumeau Mirror with Sconces
Located in Tarrytown, NY
1950s Italian Trumeau mirror with brass sconces. Wood and gilt gesso. Sconces are on two panels that are easily removed from mirror if not wanted.

Vintage 1950s Italian Wall Mirrors

Antique French painted trumeau with sconces.
Located in New Orleans, LA
Antique French painted trumeau with sconces.

Antique 19th Century French Trumeau Mirrors

Simple French Trumeau with Period Silver Sconces
Located in Houston, TX
Simple 18th c. French Trumeau with original mercury glass flanked by a pair of period silver metal sconces originally for candles

French Trumeau Mirrors


Wood, Glass

Pair of French Trumeau Sconces with Custom Shield Backplates
Located in Baton Rouge, LA
A darling pair of sconces which were once connected to a trumeau are remade into a stunning pair of sconces with custom shield back plates made of iron with custom fitted wall plates...

Antique 19th Century French Aesthetic Movement Wall Lights and Sconces

Finding the Right Mirrors for You

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.

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