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10/26/2020 03:58 PM
ANTIQUE 7 ½ FT. HALLWAY PIER MIRROR
Age. See below
Composition. Wood, glass
Size. 92 high 32 wide, 10 deep
Comments. Circa 1800s Pier hallway mirror features a hardwood frame that has raised gesso designs on three borders. It has a crown molded top, an 8 deep shelf and carved supports with raised gesso embellishments. The mirror measures 70 high mirror with a 1 ¼ wide beveled edge and is in very good shape with only a few small silver loss dots as well as a very crisp image. The woods original finish has wear, shade variations and scratches/scrapes. This item is in good shape with no apparent breaks having normal use wear, minor wood wear, small, shallow wood dents/grooves, some paint wear on the interior gesso designs around the mirror and has some soiling/stains. There are some small white specs of hardened material on the top of base board as seen in our photo. Give it a cleaning and youll have an impressive piece for the foyer, grand hallway or other large rooms in your home. There is a pair of mounting brackets on the top and this item is heavy for its size.
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