Read about the different types of Art Deco mirrors, and then look at the listings at the bottom of the page.
Art Deco mirrors make a great statement in a room and add lots of light. The most typical mirrors of the period are the bevelled edge mirrors in various unusual shapes that are still widely available today in antique shops and auctions. I have a couple of these and they look great in any room. Lovely in a bedroom or dining room, or in the entrance hall to check your lipstick as you go in and out of your home.
Cheval mirrors, which were also called psyches, were very popular in the 1920s and 30s. I'm not sure of the history of the name, but it presumably refers to Psyche and Cupid and mirrors to the soul! These were the free-standing, full length mirrors on a wooden stand.
These beautiful Art Deco mirrors often used high quality woods such as mahogany or amboyna, and were very highly polished.
Gorgeous mirrors also appear on Art Deco dressing tables, and sometimes these are sold separately. Mirrors were often decorated with engraved geometric designs or figural animals such as the antelope or fish.
And of course, there were plenty of free standing mirrors with the ever popular naked lady.
There are also hand mirrors which were very popular with the flappers. If they were not incorporated into a compact, you can be sure they would have a mirror on their dressing table or a small one in their handbag or purse. Many were made of Bakelite, Celluloid or Xylonite.
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