Launched in Los Angeles in 2003, Reform Gallery is a testament to Gerard O’Brien’s subjective and scholarly approach to design. With a focus on California Modernism and the artists/craftsmen of this movement, Reform Gallery provides an important showcase of the best (and, all too often, unsung) designers of this influential era in design.
Antique rectangular Biedermeier bifold mirror (22"W x 37"H)
with two swinging U-shaped metal arms, each holding a smaller oval mirror (10"W x 20"H). Each of the smaller mirrors is also beveled and can be rotated to appear in front or ...
Beveled cheval mirror featuring a hand-carved walnut frame
and base, claw feet on original brass casters, and brass sundial motif hardware. Hidden antique industrial base mechanism allows for 360 degree pivot capability of cantilever or secured mirror option. Oval mirror ...
American walnut framed console or pier mirror, circa
1900. Featuring an arched top above a rectangular portrait ogee molded solid walnut frame with raised carved acanthus leaves at the base. It rests on a console shelf with molded edge and ...