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Classic Square Cut Art Deco Mirror 84 x 84 cm

Classic Square Cut Art Deco Mirror 84 x 84 cm

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£240.00 Sale: £211.20Save: 12% off
Model: EE188

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Please note this is a made to order item and can take 4 - 6 week for production

The classic stepped effect of this Art Deco mirror perfectly captures all that is wonderful about this genre. The layered look that comes out of each edge, but not the corners, makes a bold style statement that is equally at home in a modern or traditional home setting. The mirror is oozing with elegance and class and would instantly revive any dull looking home décor.
The mirror is perfect for creating subtle focal point within your home without overpowering your current home design. The unique shape of this mirror will add a decorative flair to any wall it is featured. The mirror will reflect the light beautifully helping to brighten up any living space. This art deco inspired mirror would look fantastic featured in any bedroom, living room, dining room or hallway.
The mirror has been expertly crafted to a very high standard this is reflected in the wonderful finish. The mirror offers a hardwearing design that will last you for many years whilst remaining in excellent condition. The majority of our mirrors are supplied with a wall bracket. 
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We offer a free delivery service to most of the UK. Delivery can range from 24 Hours to 28 working days depending on current stock levels and delivery schedules. We aim to deliver mirrors to our customers as quickly as possible and pride ourselves in getting all of our mirrors to our customers in pristine condition
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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 30 November, 1999.