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Antique Brass Art Nouveau Mirror Slender Woman Reaching For Flowers

  • $ 177.77

Description: Beautiful antique art nouveau brass mirror. The mirror frame is made of brass with a raised slender woman showing us her back side with one hand on her ear as if she is trying to hear something and her other arm reaching up to flowers on high branches. The frame's design is very much in the Art Nouveau style. The mirror has a red card board covered with red velvety material that is held in place with 3 original brass clips and three more recent replacement metal clips. The mirror also has a folding bracket to rest on and prop it up. a beautiful Art Nouveau antique that is in very good condition and looks great. Please carefully review the photos presented as they are part and parcel of our description.

Date: Late 1800's to early 1900's.

Origin: Was purchased at an estate sale in Southeastern Pennsylvania.

Size: The frame measures~5 3/4" wide and ~8 1/4" high. The mirror itself measures ~6" by ~4 1/2". The piece weighs about one and half pounds.

Maker: Unknown.

Marks: Unmarked.

Distinguishing Characteristics - Most Interesting About The Piece: This is a nice classic antique worthy of a spot in your collection.

Condition: The piece is in very good condition given its age and utilitarian function. It has few Scratches and Nicks to the brass and could use a good cleaning to bring her beauty out. The piece has residue of brass cleaner, but that can be removed easily. The backing of the mirror has wear, minor losses, some staining, soiling and wear along the edges. The only issue we see is the fact that three of the clips holding the backing (the bottom three) have been replaced and extend slightly beyond the frame. Be that as it may the piece is still great looking and that issue is minor and does not affect the quality and beauty of the mirror. Please see photos to appreciate the beauty of the piece and for additional condition information.


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