Mirror – Arts & Crafts Triptych Travel Vanity
Period Arts & Crafts oak and brass tri-folding / triptych vanity and shaving mirror, circa 1900.
Made of quarter sawn oak each segment has a rounded top and two bridge legs inset with a beveled oval mirror. The segments are joined together with strong and decorative strap hinges held in place by screws and tacks with faux rivets. The mirror collapses for travel and can be alternatively be hung from a chain attached to the top of the central panel.
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DIMENSIONS: Approximate Measurements: 23 ½” long x 12 inches high (open flat / hanging)
Each mirror panel / frame is: 12” high x 7 ¾” wide x ½” thick
Each oval beveled mirror: 8 ½” high x 6 ⅝” wide
All 3 panels folded together: 1 ¾” thick
CONDITION: Antique, Very Good Condition. For Accuracy: there is some clouding to the original bevel glass, and light discoloration to the brass and wood consistent with light use and wear. The patina is original.
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