Brushed Nickel Deluxe Class Decorative Ship Porthole Mirror 12
Product ID: 7869 Item ID: MC-1963-12-BN-M Weight: 2 LB Box Dimensions: 14" x 4" x 14" (L x W x H)
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This Deluxe Class Brushed Nickel Porthole Mirror 12" adds sophistication, style, and charm for those looking to enhance rooms with a nautical theme. This boat porthole has a sturdy, heavy and authentic appearance, and is made of brushed nickel and glass which can easily be hung to grace any nautical theme wall. This brushed nickel porthole mirror makes a fabulous style statement in any room with its classic round frame, nine metal-like rivets and two dog ears. This marine porthole mirror has an 8" diameter and 3" deep when dog-ears are attached, 1.5" deep without dog ears attached.
Dimensions: 12" Long x 3" Wide x 12" High
NOTE: Wall mounting hardware not included.
Functional porthole mirror that will reflect the light in any space
Handcrafted from brushed nickel by our master artisans
Decorative yet fully functional port hole mirror decor
Realistic nautical decor - modeled after an antique 19th-century ship's porthole
Great porthole wall decor and an instant conversation piece