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London Mirror

Aidan Gray

 
Hanging our London mirror on the wall is like stepping back into the fin de siècle when the capital of Great Britain was the largest and most sophisticated city on earth. Made of iron in a weathered zinc finish, the convex frame with its laurel leaf and ribbon motif surrounding the antiqued mirror echo the architectural details on many of London town's historical buildings. This decorative piece is included in our Gray Living Collection.
SKU DM303
UPC Code 00842210118584
Color/Finish Weathered Zinc
Color Gray
Height 12.5 IN
Width 26.5 IN
Length 26.5 IN
Product Volume (CBM) 0.246639344
Box Weight 12.3 lbs
Shipping Box Width 17 IN
Shipping Box Height 30 IN
Shipping Box Depth 29.5IN

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