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    antiques in pairs: mirrors

    A mirror is an object that reflects an image. Light that bounces off a mirror will show an image of whatever is in front of it, when focused through the lens of the eye or a camera. Mirrors reverse the direction of the image in an equal yet opposite angle from which the light shines upon it. This allows the viewer to see themselves or objects behind them, or even objects that are at an angle from them but out of their field of view, such as around a corner. Natural mirrors have existed since prehistoric times, such as the surface of water, but people have been manufacturing mirrors out of a variety of materials for thousands of years, like stone, metals, and glass. In modern mirrors, metals like silver or aluminum are often used due to their high reflectivity, applied as a thin coating on glass because of its naturally smooth and very hard surface.

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    • Rare Pair of Original Art Deco Wall Mirrors with Partial Mahogany Frames

      Rare Pair of Original Art Deco Wall Mirrors with Partial Mahogany Frames

      georgian antiques, edinburgh, united kingdom

      Circa 1920. Rare pair of original art deco wall mirrors with partial mahogany frames. The tall mirrors with curved mahogany tops, original mirror plates, and bases with stylish Art Deco double-stepped narrow mahogany frames. Original...

      £550.00

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    • Pair of Gilt Framed mirrors

      Pair of Gilt Framed mirrors

      bore park antiques, nuneaton, united kingdom

      Top quality mirrors, excellent Gilt framing and each corner of frame adorned with semi precious stone also good quality bevelled glass too, no damage sizes are height 48 cm length 40 cm depth 2 cm,...

      £595.00

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    • Pair of French Girandoles (mirrored candelabra)

      Pair of French Girandoles (mirrored candelabra)

      private seller, oxford, united kingdom

      A pair of rare, stunning French 19th Century solid gilt brass girandole (Circa 1880), both with very nicely foxed 5mm mercury plate glass. Measuring 110cm high x 40 cm wide each with four-branch candlesticks, these...

      £4,500.00

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