Based in Great Barrington, MA, Vivian Kimmelman’s Berkshire Home & Antiques is a spacious inspiration zone for design lovers--the perfect venue for browsing furniture and accessories that span countless cultures and eras. On any given day the repertoire might include an original piece by Le Corbusier, a rare 17th-century Italian corner cupboard, boiserie from a French chateau, and a Roman limestone column, coexisting as beautiful components of a global mix of antiques and garden accents.
Adams-style giltwood and gesso Friedman Brothers mirror from
the early-20th century. Faux-marble frame with a beaded edge and hand-polished beveled glass. Signed "Friedman Brothers Decorative Arts of New York" on reverse. Minor loss to gesso crown.
English-style etched and beveled vertical giltwood mirror has
four gilded medallions at each corner and a decorative etched floral vase at crest. Maker: Carson Pirie Scott, Chicago, circa 1900. Age wear to frame, foxing on mirror.