A globetrotting dynamic duo of design, John Maienza and Gregg Wilson are curators of style who use their collective architecture and interior design backgrounds to create lavishly comfortable spaces around the world. Finding inspiration everywhere they travel, they procure incredible antiques, unusual collectibles, flea-market finds, and everything in between, and chronicle it all on their must-read blog, Globally Gorgeous.
Early-19th-century Pier mirror in gold gilt with marble-top
console. Carved giltwood scrolls, shells, acanthus leaves, cartouche, and floral design elements. Original ogee-edge white marble top with gray veining. Hanging wire intact on mirror reverse. Mirror, 34"L x 6"W x 69"H; ...
American Renaissance revival giltwood pier mirror circa 1870.
Crest features a cabochon shield carved cartouche flanked by foliate scrolls. The arched molded frame is footed with applied grape vines and scrolling acanthus leaves. Protruding crest has been repaired and the ...
French Louis XVI-style gilt mirror, circa 1900. Solid
wood frame finished in a gold color, heavily carved with flowers, roses, scrolls, vases, leafs, and seashells. Fully reflective. Minor wear. Please note: It has two mirrors that join in the center ...