This triptych vanity mirror is from the late Victorian period. The solid decorative brass frame surrounds 3 celluloid panels. Two of the panels are marked Raphael Tuck and Sons who were famous for their graphics, especially on postcards. The 3-part mirror panels are hinged and when closed, measures 12.5” tall, 12.25” wide and 1.5” deep. When fully opened, it measures 37.25” wide. Its total height including the ornate brass crest and chain is 17” tall. Notice the tiny brass feet on the bottom of each panel. The mirror is designed to hang or set on a table top. One celluloid panel displays snowdrops and the other has pansies. The center panel has a beveled mirror with some light mirroring loss. The other two mirrors may be original or replaced and are in excellent condition. The celluloid covers and frame are in excellent condition. 17"h X 12.25-37"w X 1"-2.5"d, Condition: Excellent, Circa: 1890's.