|Object Name||Mirror, Hand|
|Year Range from||1926|
|Year Range to||1927|
|Description||An ivory coloured mirror with decorative designs on the back. The mirror is rectangular in shape with the handle broken off. The front of the mirror has a bevelled edge glass with rounded corners. The border around the glass is ivory coloured with decorative borders, three small dots and aresbesque design where handle would connect. The back of the mirror has the same arebesque motif in each corner. The centre has a raised image of three cherubs holding floral garlands.|
The mirror belonged to Martha Duck, who immigrated with her husband Jacob Duck from Shepton Hills, England in May 1870 to Port Elgin, Ontario.
The mirror was bequeathed through the Duck family to the present donor.
|Dimensions||H-0.5 W-10 L-13.5 cm|
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