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Cooper Mirror

Howard Elliott 56155

Quick Specs

  • Type: Mirrors
 
The Cooper Mirror features a rustic, weathered taupe finish. The rectangular frame is accented with trim and a lined pattern which gives the frame the look that it is composed of wood slats. The mirror on this piece is NOT beveled. Its Shabby Chic style makes this mirror a favorite for bringing some classic style to your decor. This simple yet stunning piece would be a great addition to any room. It is a perfect focal point for an entryway, bathroom, bedroom or any room in your home. D-rings are affixed to the back of the mirror so it is ready to hang right out of the box in either a horizontal or vertical orientation!
Dimensions: 31.1/2" x 43" x 1.1/2"
Inner Dimensions: 17.1/2" x 30"
UPC: 848635074320
Country of Origin: CHINA

Weight: 23.00
Material: Wood

Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.

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