Very entertaining depiction by the Bassett Mirror Company of the Golden Gate Bridge, cleverly executed with black reverse painted glass and gold foil relief. It's just the right amount of shiny encased in all of that black -- really catches your eye and makes you gaze at it for a while. The bridge's magnificence and scale are definitely captured here, and the vast body of water, represented by only one spare meandering line of gold, is as daunting as it should be. There are countless depictions of this great structure but this one stands out in its simplicity and brilliance and evokes the feeling of awe that one should feel when in the Golden Gate's presence.
Very good condition with a couple spots of black paint loss on the glass. Gold is all intact. Frame is structurally fine. Overall this is a well made piece and will surely 'shimmer' up your wall.
36 W x 24 H x 1 D
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