Generally very good all around condition.
Its had a life but is untouched.
The old finish could be revived and then waxed.
Signs of use commensurate with age; to be expected.
The back of the mirror; suggestion. thin wood or plywood has worm.Remove and replace or treat .
No worm in the mahogany.
Also , the bottom left of the mirror where it is curved appears to have a split. This may be the wood that was used or the mirror was too tight against the wooden frame and over the years has pushed it outwards.
It does not necessarily make that much difference to the overall look.One could remove the mirror and then clamp and glue the frame back .One could then see how tight the fit was and act accordingly to remedy .Its quite simple .
On the right side , waist height there are some whitish spots where I suggest hands have touched the wood / finish for a century .There are two well known products available which could possibly remove these whitish marks and revive the original finish which I would suggest is /has/ or would have been French Polish .
Shapland and Petter used high quality timber especially mahogany which renders itself to an enhanced look/finish with the addition of French polish and sometimes dying/staining .
Around the timber that houses the drip trays again one can see white marks .This would have ben caused by water from umbrellas , walking sticks etc .Worse case scenario would be to remove the whole finish on this piece of wood and simply refinish .Best case would be to use 2-3 well known products and sympathetically restore ; thereby retaining its character .
Any competent restorer should not have to spend too much time on this item .The original finish is suffice and by appreciating the age and old finish one can achieve a sympathetic restoration of this wonderful stand and make it last another 100 plus years .
It has not been painted .
It has not been lacquered .
It does not require stripping .
Again , to ,competent restorer this is "child,s play " .
For an additional price I can restore this myself .
Sold unrestored ; as per photos ; as per advert / listing .