18th century shaving stand

18th century shaving stand
Circa 1740
A rare and outstanding George II period mahogany tripod base shaving stand.Raised on three pointed pad feet, baluster shaped column. Having a fold down section which holds the shaving bowl and another section for the razors. Above is the rectangular mirror frame, which possibly has the original plate. All is supported on a turned mahogany pole for the mirror etc. to be adjusted. English circa 1740
59.00  cm
23.2  inches
146.00  cm
57.5  inches
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