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Furniture of America Lily Cheval Mirror with Jewelry Holder
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Furniture of America Lily Cheval Mirror with Jewelry Holder

Item# SPM6020983808 | Model# ID10380-5735853 | Added on March 27, 2012
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This contemporary jewelry organizer combines two fashion necessities in one stunning piece. Check out your outfit in the full-length mirror before opening the door to choose your accessories. It's a fashionable addition to your bedroom set.

Artfully bridging contemporary and traditional, this Lily beveled mirror and jewelry holder will make a great accent to any traditional and modern homes. Use this mirror with its elegant arched base angles for a perfect view.

  • Frame materials: Wood, MDF, veneer, glass
  • Finish: Red cocoa
  • Mirror is finished with a beveled edge with a hidden jewelry cabinet behind the mirror door
  • Elegant mirror offers twenty (20) hooks for hanging jewelry
  • Four (4) shelves with clear safe-guard dividers to prevent stored jewelry from falling out
  • Adjustable tilt frame solidly supports the mirror body
  • Nickel hardware knob on front of mirror door
  • Dimensions: 19 inches wide x 22.5 inches deep x 60 inches high

Clean and care suggestions: Dust with dry, soft cloth or untreated dusting cloth. Avoid alcohol or petroleum-based products on lacquer finishes. Avoid placing your furniture in direct sunlight and maintain at least two feet between furniture and heat sources.

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