This early 1970s vintage ‘Vogue’ mirror was salvaged from the house clearance place on our street, where I have found many treasures prior, and also where I source some of my vintage crockery from. At £15, it was a bargain in comparison to the over-priced £174 I’ve seen a similar one go for elsewhere online! When I first discovered the mirror, it was in a horrible grey, metal frame, so we paid £30 to replace it with a smart black one. The ‘Vogue’ print on the mirror is a replica of a February 1919 issue of Vogue, which I love, especially as I’ve since got hooked on that era, thanks a lot to Downton Abbey! The mirror is a bit too heavy to be hung on the wall, so it now has pride of place in our living room fireplace, where it look great as a statement piece in the room.
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