Dressing mirror with profuse marquetry inlay, comprised of mahogany and spruce with satinwood and other inlaid woods. Rectangular mirror with flowering urn and vine decoration to the frame, flanked by half-lyre shape supports with vine and floral inlay, atop a rectangular base with one dovetailed drawer and ball feet. Top of base with contrasting band inlay, drawer front and box sides with flower and vine swag inlay, flowering pot inlay flanking the drawer and box edges with contrasting barber pole inlay. Mirror disassembles and is removable from base. 24" H x 19 1/4" W x 11 3/8" D. Probably Continental, circa 1830. Private Alabama collection, ex-Jeffrey Tillou Antiques. CONDITION: Some light scratching and stains to top of box. Veneer loss to lower left side of box. Patch to lower left side of box below drawer. Old repair to left side of mirror support.