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06/26/2022 12:13 AM
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EARLY HITCHCOCK MIRROR WITH REVERSE PAINTED LANDSCAPE


Rating: 8
Comments. This mirror measures 30 ¾” high x 19” wide and is more than 100 years old. It has a hardwood frame with turned side embellishments, mini balls and has what appears to be its original pine single board back. The mirror is in good shape with a crisp image and this item is heavy for its size. The top is a reverse hand painted scene of a cabin by the lake surrounded by trees whose colors are quite vivid. Woods original paint has wear, shade variations and scratches/scrapes. This item is in sturdy shape having normal use wear, small, shallow wood dents, some scratches on the reverse painting as seen in our photo and soiling. Give it a cleaning and you’ll have a nice addition to any wall in your antique décor.


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