This is a fabulous 1960s / 1970s desktop or tabletop mirror. The design takes its inspiration from G-plan furniture. It has no maker's label on it - but it was probably made by Clark Eaton.
It can be rotated and tilted. The mirror is a very sturdy example - and with a lot of weight to it - it does not fall over when moved into any position and when in its designated position it stays nice and firmly in place.
The comes on a heavy-duty thick silver-tone plywood base with a teak veneer. The base stands on lots of little ball feet, as photographed.
The mirror issues from the base on a chrome pole - and it is attached to a thick teak backing board.
The mirror is in excellent condition with no scratches, chips or discolouration - in as nice condition as you would hope to find. It is very substantial and of good quality. This is reflected in my asking price - which is certainly a fair one for the rarer vintage piece.
The height is 19 inches - and the base is 11 inches square. The mirror is 14 inches square.
It is a heavy item and unpacked it is 3 kg in weight.
This would limit it to being sold in the UK only. Postage with Parcelforce48 be capped at £10 and applied at the checkout.
There would be free delivery on offer in central Edinburgh