09/14/2018 09:48 PM
MID CENTURY ILLUMINATED MIRROR BACK WALL DISPLAY
Age. More than 50 years old
Composition. Wood, glass
Size. 30” high x 66” wide x 7” deep
Comments. Looking like it came right of the Jetsons home this wall display has a wooden frame, metal star embellishments, fiberglass panels and lots of mirrors. There are a pair of plant boxes on the bottom as well as a couple of 3” deep shelves to display your favorite knickknacks. The original paint has minor wear, shade variations and a few small scratches/scrapes. This item is in sturdy shape with no apparent breaks having normal use wear, has some soiling/stains and has some loose mirror panels. Need some work but when done it will make a nice addition to your Mid century Modern or nifty 50’s decor.
*** REVISION ***
It's come to our attention that the two small boxes on the lower left and right hand sides are missing the mirrors that were glued to the three sides of each box. The red marks on them are not paint but red colored glue. Two of the mirrors have survived but 4 are still missing.
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