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Age Appropriate Wear
Dimensions Mirror: 27" H x 15" W x 2" D Dimensions Shelf: 10" H x 27" W x 7" D
Mid 20th Century
A circa 1960s vintage Italian trumeau wall mirror designed in the neoclassical style in architectural frame.
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