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Offered is a beautiful table top vanity mirror made in the Art Nouveau style. The mirror sits on a black cast iron domed base and the original mirror is framed with scrolls of painted flowers. The figure of a nude woman reclines among the flowers at the top of the mirror. The figural dragon handles are also accented with paint. The mirror is secured to the base with heavy wire and will tilt back and forth. The back of the mirror looks like slate. It's an impressive and heavy piece!

Dimensions: It's 14 ½ inches high x 10 inches wide handle to handle. The frame & mirror measures 7 ¼ inches wide at the widest point x 9 ¼ inches long including the reclining woman. The base is 5 inches in diameter.

Condition: It's in good condition with scattered loss of paint that adds to its charm. The mirror is free from chips, cracks, and cloudiness. There is a little rust on the interior of the base.

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Item ID 7111 P

Victorian Vanity Mirror Table Dresser Mirror Cast Iron Painted


Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Materials: Cast Iron, Glass
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 529 reviews
  • Favorited by: 93 people