We are delighted to offer for sale this Art Deco 1920s Oak Bevelled Mirror.
An Art Deco 1920s Oak Beveled Mirror is a stunning piece of antique furniture that showcases the stylish and luxurious design of the Art Deco era. The mirror frame is made from high-quality oak, which was a popular material used during the 1920s due to its durability and attractive grain patterns.
The most distinctive feature of this mirror is its beveled edges, which are cut at an angle to create a unique and elegant effect. The edges reflect light in different directions, creating a beautiful play of light on the mirror's surface.
Additionally, the oak frame is carefully crafted with geometric patterns that are characteristic of Art Deco design. These patterns are often simple yet striking, featuring bold lines, angles, and shapes that create a feeling of modernism and sophistication.
The Art Deco 1920s Oak Beveled Mirror reflects the glamour and opulence of the era when it was created. It was designed to be both functional and beautiful – not only can it serve as a practical accessory in a bedroom or bathroom, but it can also add style and character to any space. This piece is certainly an eye-catching addition to any collection.
Please carefully examine the pictures to see the condition before purchasing, as they form part of the description. If you have any questions, please message us.
Height - 51 cm
Width - 81 cm
Depth - 5 cm
Please note all measurements are taken to the widest point of the item. Please don't hesitate to ask us if you need any other measures.
We always try to picture our items as well as possible to show you any imperfections or damages, if there are any.
The pictures play a big part in the description, so please view them carefully before purchasing.
Delivery pricing on the listing.
The price shown on the listing is just a guide. Please get in touch with us directly to request a quote before buying and not after.
Deliveries & Collections
Before purchasing an item, please ask us for a quote by sending us your postcode. If you are happy with the quotation, we will schedule it.
The courier that will be delivering your item will require help to unload. The price that will be quoted will always be based on this assumption. If you need two men, the initial quote will change. It usually is £20-40 on top of the original quote.
If you need an item carried upstairs, the courier charges extra. They charge £10-20 per flight. However, if you have a working elevator and the thing fits inside, then there should be no extra charge.
We prefer that the courier fees be paid by yourself directly to the company; the contract for delivery is between you and the chosen courier.
Alternatively, you can arrange the delivery yourself, or if you would like to collect, you can collect from our warehouse in Pulborough RH20 1DF.
We offer to coordinate and schedule deliveries to the rest of the world, all you need to do is send us your Postcode/Zip-code, and we will send you a quote.
Delivery can take 2-4 weeks within Europe and Air freight for countries outside of the EU; on some rare occasions, it can take slightly longer.
Sea freight delivery can take anywhere between 6-12 weeks.
Caring for your items.
Vintage period and original items, such as leather seating, will always have a natural patina in the form of cracking, creasing and wear.
We recommend regular waxing to ensure no moisture is lost and to keep out of sunlight.
For Hand-Dyed leather items, we don't recommend placing them in direct sunlight for prolonged periods, as they will dry out and fade.
For wood, we recommend regular, thorough cleaning and waxing also.