This black rosewood overmantel mirror, was supplied by George Bullock to accompany the chimneypiece, embellished with flowered and sunk tablets, that he had supplied for the Drawing-Room at Raith. Its sunk cornice tablet is inlaid in the French 'boulle' manner with a golden brass plaque that is fretted with laurel-enriched foliage. The large frame is also inlaid with a brass-enriched ribbon of ebony, and wreathed by golden entwined reeds, which are flowered with palms in the fashion that George Smith called 'Grecian' in The Cabinet-Maker and Upholsterer's Guide, 1826 (pl. CXLVIII).
It is listed in the 'Drawing Room' in the 1895 Inventory of the Mansion House of Raith, Kirkcaldy (p. 42) as:
'Mantelpiece mirror in rosewood, brass inlaid & gilt fame, size of plate 70" x 56".'