This wonderful memento from the Jazz Age measures in at an impressive 15" long by 5 1/2" across its top. A geometric scene of three deer or gazelles and the outer rim of the mirror are painted in silver and gold. There is some wear to the coloring after what has probably been 80-some years. The mirror is completely intact and uncracked, though on close inspection there are a few barely noticeable pinprick black spots. (The camera's flash makes them appear much worse than they are in reality.) There is also a modicum of age-appropriate nicking to the black plastic.
The inside of the handle is marked "Pyramid" with a pyramid logo. Have tried to find something out about the company, sans luck. At any rate, since the Deco craze was an offshoot of the discovering of King Tut's tomb--and all things Egyptian in general--this co. moniker comes as no surprise.
A bit weather-beaten, but still a wonderfully elegant keepsake from a former time.