Probably one of the '2 looking glasses - £4.4.0' recorded by Sir David Hunter Blair on 29th January 1824 as an addition to items ordered from Mr. Morison, Ayr.
Or one of '2 looking glasses, Dowbiggin Pattern, 18/14 at about 46/.' recorded by Sir David Hunter Blair as 'Ordered from Mr. Morison at date July 19 1824' (Blairquhan Archive).
This tilting form of French-fashioned 'Cheval Dressing Glass' was popularised in an 1808 pattern in Collection of Designs for Household Furniture, issued by George Smith, 'Upholder Extraordinary' to George, Prince of Wales, later George IV. This mirror has Grecian-scrolled 'claws' supporting acorn-capped pillars that are also enriched with Egyptian-reeded tablets in the French antique style featured in Thomas Hope's, Household Furniture and Interior Decoration, 1807 (pl. 20, fig. 4).