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old floor mirror

Posted by cvbinks (My Page) on
Thu, Dec 27, 12 at 22:25

I have a old mirror about 6"ft nice molding and a marble or stone bottom.i would like to research it and know cost ..and even what kind of mirror this is....can anyone help me i would appreciate it


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RE: old floor mirror

Pictures would help. I don't know about anyone else but my crystal ball is on the fritz ATM.


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RE: old floor mirror

A Victorian pier mirror springs to mind. Is the stone-or-wood bottom a shallow shelf? Is the frame carved? What wood is the frame?


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RE: old floor mirror

It sounds like a pier mirror to me too, placed between windows and often physically attached to the wall.


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RE: old floor mirror

cvbinks, scroll down to the hall mirror on this link. Is this what you have? I am going to the auction on New Year's Day, I'll tell you what this one sells for.
Sam

Here is a link that might be useful: New Year's Day Aucton in Maryland


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