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Selling from an estate, is a stunning antique vintage 1930's French Art Deco Piano musical staff and note frame gold gilt wood round Mirror~! Museum quality for a music hall or musician's home ~ an exquisite lifetime find for the music lover~! It would look so beautiful hanging above an ebony grand piano. This original round French Art Deco wood frame mirror retains its original gold gild paint with black notes. Beautiful Victorian fillagree botanical leaf ornamentation surrounds the border with deep art deco ridges on the edge. A touch of original rose color base under the gild reveals itself on the leaf border.

The frame measures just under 30" wide diameter by 3 1/2" deep....this is one solid thickness of carved wood. It is in fine condition with normal expected signs of age but nothing to detract from its beauty. Period French Art Deco mirrors are the rarest in the market due to the short duration of that era.

The mirror glass plate has a stamp print on the back -- Contractors wardrobe -- so possibly used in a film at some point, and what looks like Lurniect Copperless Mirror. The old black cover paper is torn off with remnants remaining. The hanging hook is substantial.

You will love adding this to your home or to a music hall for its uniqueness and bold beauty~!!

Museum quality Antique Vintage Period Gold Black 1930's Ornate French Art Deco Hollywood Regency Period Musical Note Mirror Frame

$9,500.00 USD
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  • Vintage item from the 1930s
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