Foster Mirror

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Perfectly symmetrical in every way, the Foster Mirror instills timeless class wherever it's hung. The seamless, circular mirror is inset around a minimalist wood veneer border to create an elegant frame and silhouette.

An aluminum wall mount tastefully juxtaposes the wood finish, while the 'strap' to hang it perfectly matches the trim for added continuity.

Available Finish/Color: Black Oak, Teak, Cathedral Ebony
The Symmetrical, Circular Mirror Is Tastefully Inset Within The Frame
An Elegant Wood Veneer Finish Perfectly Frames The Mirror For A Modern Aesthetic
A Wood Strap With Matching Trim Secures The Mirror Upon An Aluminum Wall Mount
Includes Ground Service

Natural Veneer

24 Inches: 24W x 24D x 1.5H inches/ 20 Lbs
35 Inches: 35W x 35D x 1.5H inches/ 20 Lbs

Assembly Required

Ships within 5-7 days

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