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Triple Dresser Mirror

Triple Dresser Mirror

$959.99

$739.00

The mirror frame has been generously detailed with ornate, hand-carved details, including a crown medallion that truly showcases the French Rococo inspiration
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  • SKU 71060-35
  • Series Palais Royale
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Palais Royale Triple Dresser Mirror in Dresser Mirrors manufactured by Amini Innovation Corp - 71060-35. As the name implies, the Palais Royale collection is a truly grand display of artful craftsmanship and lavish design. Taking inspiration from the French Rococo era, known for its use of asymmetrical compositions, undulating lines, and S-curves, the Palais Royale collection offers both upholstery and casegood items to fill your bedroom, living room, and dining room with regal splendor. Through intricate veneers work, undulating curves, and exuberant floral embellishments, Palais Royale will make an elegant statement amongst any existing traditional decor. Hand-carved leaf swirls, gold leafing, and a unique pillowed wood effect on the headboard of the mansion bed are all design elements that make the Palais Royale collection a true standout. From its sinuous, swirl motif to its bombe styling, Palais Royale exudes an air of elegance, grandeur, and a certain savoir-faire. Give your home furniture that can take on a role of comfort and versatility with the Palais Royale collection. Palais Royale Triple Dresser Mirror Features:Rococo Cognac finish Wood Veneers & Solids Wood Solid birch is used in all key structural areas of casegoods, as well as occasional table legs, feet, moldings, trim, and carvings, because the close grain and satiny texture of the species brilliantly showcases the rich color finish. The natural wood provides a durable substrate and makes for an heirloom quality piece. Plywood backs add uncompromising durability and added support. A cross-bonding technique is used to create four solid sides with a strong "no-flex" construction
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