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Antique pair of mirrors for the distinguished gentlemen.

The larger of the two is a bevelled edge shaving or travel mirror with a folding stand that allows the mirror to stand alone, be held in your hand, or hung on the wall. The metal frame shows some tarnish and wear, the mirror itself has a few surface scratches but still reflects a nice clear image. Made in Japan, it dates to the 1930s. Measures 2 1/2 x 2 3/4" .

The smaller round mirror is a rare find, dating to the early 1900s when Cashman and Perry Clothiers operated a store in the small town of Orillia, Ontario. This tiny mirror could easily be tucked away in a gentlemen's suit pocket, and was likely given out as a promotional item to customers of the store. The metal edge has a hammered appearance with some wear and tarnish, the paper backing is missing the bottom corner. A few spots on the mirror itself and scratches, but this mirror also still reflects a nice clear image. Measures 1 3/4" in diameter.

Great rustic pieces for gift giving or for display.

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Antique Gentleman's Shaving and Pocket Mirrors, Set of Two