We take the most exceptional honor in offering you this absolutely amazing early 18th century Queen Anne period shaving mirror. This is truly a period treasure and one of the very finest antique shaving mirrors we have ever had the pleasure of selling. It is made with a nicely burled walnut veneer over pine. Its secondary drawer panels pine and the now extinct Yew wood. Its base case is finely formed with 3 drawers all incorporating a highly crafted Ogee profile. It stands on four tiny and original Ogee bracket feet. All of its brass pulls and top post finials are original and period. In has an inlaid escutcheon with lets say a bone type white substance to avoid the present situation on the subject with lock and key. It is defined by quarter spandral fan inlays all connected with a tiny and precise tight rope inlay. It possesses its original thumb screws that fasten the cheval mirror to the upright posts. It is in its original finish with no breaks or repairs. We have a live question about the mirrors glass which appears to be original with great old patina but we are not 100% certain. If we are incorrect it is no later then early 19th century. Lastly, it has a wonderful gold gilt liner and nicely incised. It is 14" long, 8" wide and 21 1/2" tall. On the Sacks/Nutting scale of "good, better & best," it absolutely rates as the finest.