Wood Painted Mirror
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    19th C. Swedish Painted Wood Mirror

    $2,495.00  
    More Details Wood painted white and aqua mirror with worn finish and antiqued mirror.
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    French Painted Mirror - Cliffe's Edge Antiques

    $399.00  
    More Details Vintage French wood wall mirror with a distressed painted finish. Age wear, paint loss.
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    French Louis XVI Gilt Painted Trumeau - Castle Antiques & Design

    $3,175.00  
    More Details French 1950s Louis XVI Style Trumeau is in good condition and features large intricately carved wood moldings of instruments, garlands flowers, and urns vases. This trumeau also has a gilt and distressed painted finish and a beveled center mirror with two long side mirrors. This Louis XVI style Trumeau is in good condition and is ready to be displayed for years to come.
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    Mid Century Hand Painted Reeded Mirror - Vintage Bella Home

    $745.00  
    More Details Mid Century Reeded Wood Mirror. This mirror was recently hand painted in shades of greens and metal tones to create this lovely and colorful finish.
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    Hollywood Regency Style Drexel Mirror Pr - 2-b-Modern

    $725.00  
    More Details Hollywood Regency stylen pair of gold wood painted wall mirrors. The gold has small flecks of black in the paint. The mirrors are by Drexel Furniture Co and are in excellent condition. Hanging hooks are included.
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    19th-C. French Rose Mirror

    $4,995.00  
    More Details 19th-century French carved wood mirror with remnants of gold leaf. Carved with a rose flanked by scrolls and acanthus leaves throughout. Worn painted finish exposing wood underneath.
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    Vintage Regency Style Wall Mirror - Castle Antiques & Design

    $875.00  
    More Details This Regency Style Wall Mirror is made out of maple wood and has been completed restored. The frame is painted in a dark charcoal color with a semigloss lacquered finish and also features an arched top with a solid brass shell accent. It has the original mirror and it is fully reflective and comes with a metal wire on the back so you can easily hang it. This mirror is ready to be used for ...
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    French Mid-Century Venetian Glass Mirror - Negrel Antiques

    $2,995.00  
    More Details A gorgeous mid-century oval Venetian glass mirror with etched details, French circa 1960. Large center beveled glass mirror surrounded by six long scalloped and beveled edge pieces, each with finely etched floral decoration. Beveled shield shaped pieces join the outer trim, all secured with glass rosette screws. Can be hung vertically or horizontally. Backed with black painted wood.Etched mirror edges have some cloudiness. One edge piece has a clean, straight crack but is secure.
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    Silver Hollywood Regency Mirror - Madcap Cottage

    $1,295.00  
    More Details 1940s Hollywood Regency wood-framed mirror with silver-painted accents. Note the delicate curved frame surrounding the mirror. Hangs horizontally. Minor age wear to frame finish.
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    Edie Wall Mirror - Gold

    $345.00  
    More Details Framed in wood with a contemporary beaded design and a hand-painted gold finish, this wall mirror is sure to impress guests with its casual elegance. Hangs vertically only.
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    French Mirror - Collections77

    $1,205.00  
    More Details Antique French mirror with a carved beech wood frame and multi-layered painted finish. Worn finish.
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    Petite English Barbola Vanity Mirror - Rose Victoria

    $135.00  
    More Details Small English Barbola mirror. Beveled glass with a gesso foundation. The flowers are hand-painted. Barbola comes from a term in embroidery, a process to mold the petals and leaves of flowers. It became popular during the 1920s in England, imitating wood carvings.
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    Petite English Barbola Vanity Mirror - Rose Victoria

    $145.00  
    More Details Small English Barbola mirror. Beveled glass with a gesso foundation. The flowers are hand-painted. Barbola comes from a term in embroidery, a process to mold the petals and leaves of flowers. It became popular during the 1920s in England, imitating wood carvings.