This huge India Pale Ales pub mirror from William Younger & Company of Edinburgh Scotland is a must have. As was common in the United Kingdom, the beer makers loved to advertise their Ales and Stouts using these handsome and elaborate mirrors. This one is an especially nice example that even features the Scottish Thistle etched in each corner. The etched glass mirror plate has gold gilt etched and reverse painted lettering and trademark symbol. Look closely at the photos to see the marvelous craftsmanship that went into making this very large pub mirror.
William Younger & Company was a brewery founded in 1749 in Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland. In 1931 Younger’s merged with William McEwan’s & Company to form Scottish Brewers Ltd.
This amazing India Pale Ales pub mirror is perfect for a bar, restaurant, gameroom or man cave. The dark stained wood frame is very well built and allows you to easily transport and display the mirror.
PLEASE NOTE: As this is a mirror, one cannot easily photograph without getting the reflection of the surrounding items. Disregard these items unless you see something you might like. Cheers!
COMPANY: William Younger & Co. Ltd.
PERIOD: 20th Century
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: United Kingdom
MATERIALS: Etched glass mirror plate with gold gilt etched and reversed painted lettering, mounted in a wood frame.
HEIGHT: 49 in. (125 cm)
WIDTH: 78 in. (198 cm)
DEPTH: 2.25 in. (6 cm)
CONDITION: Extremely nice condition with no losses to mirror or paint. Wood frame has some scratches and screw holes from previous mounting.