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Doges Palace Mirror

Overall 35.5"W x 52"H x 0.75"D (30 lbs)

Hangs on a 24" metal wall cleat that is provided

The Doge's Palace in Venice was built for the Doge, or supreme authority, of Venice, and is a perfect example of Venetian Gothic style. As a student of Italian art and architecture, Roger Thomas has spent much time in Venice and named this newly designed, Gothic-shaped mirror after the Doge's Palace. Layering mirror upon mirror was difficult to accomplish, but the result is exquisite.
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