Now this particular store was stuffed to the rafters with paraphernalia (you know the kind of place). There was no chance I was going to manoeuvre my butt through all those high-priced, sought after collectibles and I told the owner so. "No problem" he said as he made his way through the maze of vintage treasures. "Is this what you're looking for" he asked as he pulled up the gold mirror that I had suspected was buried there? That was it! He said he didn't even know he had this mirror in his shop (which I didn't doubt) and he said it was an original Turner mirror.
I've been eyeing these for a while (some are made in Italy) and have not found one under $40.
You know the drill.
It received the 'regular' treatment.
and Heirloom White paint.
Still deciding whether or not to add a glaze.
Opinions would be appreciated!
Cheers ~ Lisa ~