Large Victorian public house mirror originally homed within a West Midlands city centre ale house.
Sturdy solid construction black painted frame. Visible signs of foxing, and sparkle distressing to the top left hand side of the mirror plate.
Some signs of wear to the frame with a few pin/ nail holes here and there. A few minor scratches to the front of the glass, most of which have been buffed out.
Very heavy solid frame backboard showing signs of swelling as it protrudes from the rear of the frame. Does not affect the solidity, usability, and appeal of this item.
Lightly cleaned and left “un-doctored” to maintain it's original honest look.
Dating from around 1890 and at over 100 years old, it would make for a great focal point in any room today.