This charming early 1920s mirror started life as part of the trousseau of a Washington lumber heiress. Hand painted it was created by the Sligh Furniture Company of Grand Rapids which at the time claimed to be the world's leading producer of boudoir furniture. Post marrying a Montanan rancher it saw fifty years of hard use on the homestead. Then lay hidden in a barn for the next fifty. All of which only added to it's "shabby chic" patina.Measures 36" high x 26" at widest point and 3.5" deep. In very good antique condition - the frame and mirror are quality. The paint finish itself reflects a long life with various chips, knicks, and marks. However what remains is stable with no signs of further flaking. See photos for details. NOTE: We are selling three other items separately which were originally part of the entire "suite". A matching dresser/commode, tall chest of drawers, and vanity with mirror are also available. See separate listings in our shop for further details.
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1920s Venetian Painted Mirror
Mirror is in very good original condition with some slight "shadow" aging of no consequence. Some wear on frame itself with minor paint loss in one corner (see photos for details).