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Mirror, mirror on the wall. . . Well you know the story. Hang this vintage oval mirror on your wall to add a distinctly feminine touch. The spring like green, pink, and yellow add the perfect amount of color to the white framed mirror that is tied off with a pink bow.

This home decor, made in the 60's, does have a small blemish on the left side of the glass. There is also some noticeable fading and scratching on the frame which appears to possibly be constructed of wrought iron. These flaws, however, don't take away from the color or design. There are no cracks or breakage. Overall, this mirror is in very good condition.

The original $12.95 price tag is still on the back and shows the purchase to be from Lipman and Wolfe Co. This Portland, Oregon department store chain was sold in 1979; one of the six stores was located in downtown Salem where the original purchase of this frame was probably made.

Measuring 9" (23 cm) x 7.5" (19 cm) the glass in enclosed in its frame and measures a total of 15" (38 cm) x 8.5" (21.5 cm) with the three dimensional flowers giving the decor a depth up to 3" (7.5 cm).

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SALE Vintage Wall Mirror White Oval Design - Yellow and Pink Roses with Leaves - Treasury Item

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Ships worldwide from Oregon, United States
  • Feedback: 104 reviews
  • Favorited by: 35 people