Glass Tile Mirror w/ Blue Glass Tiles

Glass Tile Mirror w/ Blue Glass Tiles
Sale $111.30 - $139.30
Reg. $159.00 - $199.00
Item Number: TMIR360
(2 customer reviews)
Description
Mexico has long been renowned for its beautiful and uniquely original tin mirror frames, and La Fuente Imports is proud to offer the largest selection available anywhere on the web! Each frame is hand made by artisan families in the stunning colonial cities of central Mexico. The highly artistic and decorative designs featured on these pages reflect the strong traditions and expert craftsmanship of the artists.

This mirror is available in threeMore…
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Medium Glass Tile Mirror - Blue Glass Tiles
Medium Glass Tile Mirror - Blue Glass Tiles
20" x 31"
Item #: TMIR360B
Eligible for Free Ground Shipping on Orders Over $149.00
Reg $159.00
Sale $111.30
Save $47.70 (30%)
Large Glass Tile Mirror - Blue Glass Tiles
Large Glass Tile Mirror - Blue Glass Tiles
23 1/2" x 43"
Item #: TMIR360C
Reg $199.00
Sale $139.30
Save $59.70 (30%)
Materials
  • Made in Mexico of heavy gauge punched tin incorporating glass tiles.
Helpful Information
  • This mirror can be hung vertically or horizontally.
  • Mirror glass is included in all sizes.
Customer Reviews
4.5/5
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2019-04-04 18:59:00 This was my first time ordering from La Fuente and I was very happy. 5
by Linda M.; Lincoln, MA on April 4, 2019
This was my first time ordering from La Fuente and I was very happy. I ordered three mirrors because I couldn't decide which one I preferred. Two of the mirrors were damaged in transit and La Fuente reimbursed me without any hesitation after I emailed them a picture of the damages mirrors. I kept one of the mirrors which I love, so i am very happy.
2017-09-22 21:10:00 The mirror is beautiful, but when it arrived it was not put together properly. 4
by Elise S.; Mesa, AZ on September 22, 2017
The mirror is beautiful, but when it arrived it was not put together properly. The back of the mirror was only halfway on and the actual mirror was pulling away from the frame. It was an easy fix but definitely something that should have been caught before it was shipped.