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Plymor Oval 5mm Beveled Glass Mirror, 4 inch x 6 inch (Pack of 6

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Plymor Oval 5mm Beveled Glass Mirror, 4 inch x 6 inch (Pack of 6

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Product description

Size:4" x 6" (6 Count)

Plymor Oval 5mm Beveled Glass Mirror, 4 inch x 6 inch (Pack of 6)
SIZE: 4 inch x 6 inch

What size mirror to order? Sketch the size and shape of mirror that you want and measure your sketch in inches. We offer 95 different sizes and 14 different shapes of mirrors.

Style: Premium quality, highly reflective polished glass mirror.

Creative uses: Exhibit and enhance your items on genuine glass mirrors to add style to your retail store display, home or office. These mirrors can be used as a base to display figurines, miniatures, heirlooms, souvenirs, keepsakes, fashion or porcelain dolls, sports memorabilia, collectibles, crafts, models, candles, statues, sculptures, artifacts and antiques. Accent your floral bouquets, seasonal arrangements, and decorative table centerpieces for your banquet or reception. Can be used to create wall decals, emblems, home décor, centerpieces, baby shower gifts, kids room décor, decorations, and hanging mirrors. Create a wide array of crafts for your home, place of work, parties, and weddings.

Plymor Oval 5mm Beveled Glass Mirror, 4 inch x 6 inch (Pack of 6

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