Solid Brass Porthole Mirror

$525.00

Rare Solid Brass Porthole Mirror ca. 1905. Very unique, original, antique heavy solid brass maritime ship’s porthole or hatch that has been  salvaged and repurposed as a wall hanging mirror. The top mirror piece is on a hinge and can open up,

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Rare Solid Brass Porthole Mirror ca. 1905. Very unique, original, antique heavy solid brass maritime ship’s porthole or hatch that has been  salvaged and repurposed as a wall hanging mirror. The top mirror piece is on a hinge and can open up, and would make a great medicine cabinet or secret storage compartment. Some portholes from this era were made from simple, lightweight material such as nickel or aluminium, however this one is solid brass. Not a reproduction! This mirror weighs approximately 50lbs and is 18″ across.

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