The table mirror is a micro-genre--more sophisticated than the hand-held stashed in the drawer, more nimble than the wall mirror. This one is two-sided and very elegant, with heavy cast brass detailing. The tilting angles allow you to bring the mirror up to where you need it while still leaving your hands free. All that handiness, yet so elegant! There is no appreciable difference in magnification in the two sides that we can readily discern. A bit of spotting on the mirror, very minor. A quality piece of (useful) decor.
11.75" H x 8.75" W x .5" D
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