Oval easel back dressing mirror attributed to the Norblin Metal Works (1880-1900)

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A generously sized oval shaped dressing mirror in silvered brass with an easel back and lion's paw feet. The mirrored glass has a beveled edge and the back is a single board mahogany panel fitted with a hinged silver plated easel stand. The bottom of the frame features engraved initials in Palmer script with a slight loss to the silver plating in that area. This piece is most likely a product of the Norblin Metal Works in Warsaw. 

Russian / Polish, Warsaw, circa 1880-1900.

Condition: Wear to the silver plating, specifically at the engraving at the bottom of the frame. Wear commensurate with age and use.

Materials: Silver Plated Brass, Beveled Mirror Glass, Mahogany

Dimensions: 17" W x x 1" D x 23" H 

SKU: 9523

Tear sheets are available on request. 


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