A mahogany Camp Mirror which folds on its brass hinge to stand.
The mirror has a single looking glass which is edged with boxwood and ebony stringing. The outside of both boards are also decorated with two boxwood inset circles. The mirror can also be hung for use and has a squashed brass ring to the top. By this ring, there is also a brass hook and pin to hold the two boards to each other when closed. To aid this, one board has a locating pin with the other a hole. Late 19th Century.
Closed size is given.