I believe that this represents the Rococo style, because of all the elegant detail in the carving. An asymmetrical designs, curves and gold are also found in this piece which are some charaterstic of Rococo work.
An imposing Napoleon III carved giltwood and gesso mirror , late century. The rectangular plate within acid etched marginal border, surmounted by an arched cresting centered by a mask, flanked by finials and having a shaped apron below - Dim: height width
A Giltwood Mirror of Substantial Size in the Rococo Chippendale Manner. The well carved frame incorporating addorsed Ho Ho birds, ‘C' scrolls, icicles, pierced trellising and foliates; of assymetrical form and housing a mercury backed mirror plate.
AN ITALIAN YELLOW-PAINTED MIRROR - CIRCA 1700 - The later circular plate within a pierced foliate-carved surround surmounted by a female mask and scrolled pediment, originally gilt, decoration largely rubbed 22 in.) high, 16 in.
An Italian neoclassical carved giltwood mirror Florence, circa 1790 - Dim: height 80 in. width 37 in.