Jessica McClintock Boutique Tarnished Zinc Jewelry Floor Mirror
by American Drew
At A Glance:
The Jessica McClintock Boutique tarnished zinc jewelry floor mirror is a grand piece for the bedroom or dressing room. Stately framing includes an arched top with the suggestion of scroll columns at the sides, and is finished in a chic tarnished silver. The beveled mirror is full length and offers an arched top that traces the framing. The mirror swings open to reveal plentiful felt-lined jewelry storage with hooks, a roll pad for rings and earrings, and shelves for bracelets and other jewelry.
- Overall Size: 84" h x 44" w x 14" d
- Beveled mirror glass
- 1 door with jewelry storage
- Wall supports included
- Crafted from oak and pecan veneers
- Tarnished zinc finish
- Lightly distressed
Materials & Measurements
Materials: Solid hardwoods with oak and pecan veneers
Overall: 84" h x 44" w x 14" d
Weight: 152 lbs
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About The Manufacturer
Founded in 1927, American Drew is a well-established, leading manufacturer of bedroom, dining room, and occasional furniture. The company's headquarters are located in High Point, North Carolina - in America's furniture production heartland. American Drew's collections cover a broad variety of style categories including traditional, transitional and contemporary. Their collections range from the legendary 18th Century traditional "Cherry Grove," celebrating its 52nd year of success, to the extremely popular "Bob Mackie Home Collection," influenced by the world-renowned fashion designer, Bob Mackie. Each piece is crafted from high quality hardwood solids and veneers, and many pieces are available in different finishes to complement most room decors.
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Shipping & Delivery
This item ships FREE within 10 days of the purchase date in the contiguous United States.
Box 1 Size: 10.5" h x 48" w x 89.75" d
WarrantyAmerican Drew products are warranted to the original purchasers from authorized American Drew dealers for factory-related defects (materials and workmanship) that appear under normal household use for a period of one year from the date of shipment.