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Carved Italian Gilt Mirror
$495.00
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CARE N/A
COLOR gols
CONDITION Very Good; 2-3 solid frame repairs, 3-4 small carving losses
DIMENSIONS 4" L x 30" W x 40" H
ERA Antique: 1900-1910
MADE IN Italy
MADE OF wood/glass
SKU 77450746
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Feb 11 - Feb 14
RETURNS This item is non-returnable. See our Return Policy for details.
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Since 1972, House of Charm Antiques has been a trendsetting antiques shop, first in New York and the Hamptons, and now in sunny Florida. Direct French importers, we take pride in the tens of thousands of clients who've returned with their children and their children's children for our wonderful furniture and furnishings. Peruse our selection to see what timeless and classic beauty will fit into your modern lifestyle.
Why we love this
Reticulated, hand-carved, 23k burnished giltwood Italian mirror, hangs either way with a wire change. Shabby gilt finish just enough to be chic.
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