This is an unusual Painted Iron Frame from Bradley & Hubbard, well-known makers from Meriden, CT, after 1875. It maintains its original paint, back, easel, and beveled mirror. Fully signed "B & H" and "3565" in raised letters and numbers on the upper back--see photos. It also has its original ring for hanging, and weighs over 6 pounds. The detail is crisply cast--you can see the lady's head on top, scrollwork, roses, leaves, and a shell above her head. There is minimal wear of the paint, expected after 100+ years. The mirror has a few very minor wear spots near the bottom, but is definitely usable. Truly a wonderful example of what Bradley & Hubbard is famous for -- excellent workmanship, and careful attention to detail -- even the easel is decorated. Measures approximately 13 1/4" X 16 1/2" high; the beveled mirror approximately 7 1/4" X 9 1/2".