This is a GORGEOUS antique wall mirror, the photos don't actually do it justice. The unusual shape adds to the charm, as does the two-tone glass design and decorative etchings. Very heavy, but thanks to the solid wood backing and the hanging chain, it is easily hung from one (well anchored) hall screw.
There is some mild silver loss, nothing major and certainly nothing that detracts from the visual impact of this lovely piece.
24" x 24" x 1" D
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