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09/23/2018 06:24 AM
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FREE STANDING CHEVAL FULL LENGTH MIRROR

Age. Less than 20 years old
Composition. See below
Size. 59” high x 23” wide x 21” deep
Rating: 8
Comments. This item has a hard wood frame, turned supports and wide double arched legs for stability. The 46 ¾" high mirror has an adjustable angle capability and tightens via the metal screw posts on the supports. The woods finish as some wear, shade variations, only a few small scratches/scrapes and a nice warm brown hue. This item is in good, sturdy shape with no apparent breaks having normal use wear and has some light soiling. Give it a quick cleaning and get ready to say” Mirror, mirror on the floor, who is it that we adore”.


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