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Antique Octogonal Wooden Mirror

350,00

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Reference number: #27563

This old wooden mirror is carved and patined in a special way. The octogonal shape makes it special. This mirror is in very good condition, with a beautiful patine.

Dimensions8 × 70 × 87 cm
style-of-product

Art deco

period

1920 – 1929

color

Brown/beige

materials

Wood

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Location of itemBelgium
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