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    Pair of oval rosewood mirrors

    Pair of oval rosewood mirrors

    $700 Inc mainland UK postage (approx conversion from £575)

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    About this item

    Very smart pair of English simulated rosewood and moulded frame oval mirrors, circa 1900 and both in good condition.
    The mirrors can be hung either “portrait” or “landscape” to suit.
    They have a lacquered finish which has been lightly cleaned and beeswaxed, so they both have a lovely mellow glow.
    Priced as the pair and including free mainland UK postage
    Measuring:
    Frame size
    25 1/2 inches or 65 cm
    21 3/4 inches of 55.5 cm
    Aperture
    19 1/4 inches or 49 cm
    15 1/4 inches is 38.5 cm

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    Additional Information

    Code

    AB109509

    Dimensions

    W: 55.5cm  (21.9")H: 65cm  (25.6")D: 4cm  (1.6")

    Period

    Edwardian (1901 to 1910)

    Nationality

    English

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    Tom Scott Antiques

    Rutland, United Kingdom

    Based in Uppingham, Rutland…having been in the business for 25 years focusing on mostly French and English decorative antiques and interiors from the 18th to the early 20th century, hopefully a collection you will enjoy browsing and hopefully re home some of my finds! Viewing here in Uppingham...