Art Nouveau Brass Bradley Hubbard Bacchus Mirror God of Wine Fertility Repurposed Superb Green Patina
We picked up this repurposed antique Art Nouveau Bradley and Hubbard mirror because it had fantastic patina and a great design. The Roman God Bacchus with grapes and leaves is front and center. We could tell this brass mirror was once most likely an easel style mirror that through the years had under gone some changes to make it a wall hanging mirror. It is nice smaller size mirror that can be used in just about any room, office or entryway. The mirror is signed B&H on the back and it is numbered as well see photos.
This mirror originally had a beveled glass mirror and 2 longer lower finials which have since been removed. Unless you know this mirror had a different design, you will not be able to tell the finials are missing. We took many photos for you to view from several angles and up close. The brass has a fantastic all over green patina.
The mirror stands 14 1/4" tall by 9 3/4" wide. The glass mirror is perfect BUT it could removed to put a photo in it's place as the back opens up with tabs. There is a place where the easel was attached that a hook or wire can be looped through for easy hanging. c1900-1910.