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Watercloset Mirror

$235.00
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Overview:

An enlarged version of the Porthole Mirror, but rimmed in a delicate brass finish, the Watercloset Mirror would be the jewel piece of any bathroom. But that’s not to say that it couldn’t work in a hallway, above the fireplace or clustered on a wall with our other mirrors for dramatic effect.

Designed in Australia, made in India

  • Dimensions:

    450mm diameter. Weighs 2.5kg

  • Material:

    Bevelled mirror & brass plated iron

  • Installation notes:

    Pair with a Merchant Nail or Tinker Nail to hang on the wall.

  • Care guide:

    Bevelled mirror & brass plated iron. REFER TO CARE NOTES

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