Industrial wall mirror or vintage jet fighter engine.
At a quick glance it might be hard to tell the difference.
Inspired by WW II vintage fighter jets, this round wall mirror is ready to make a landing right into your home. The jet engine was first invented by the Germans back in 1939. But the British later enhanced the engine and combined forces with the US when General Electric built the first jet fighter in 1944. Pieced together with metal rivets, the sheet metal on these engines was strong and durable against enemy warfare. Now I’m not saying that you need a wall mirror this strong, but it’s cool to see the vintage design of fighter engines reconstructed in a round mirror. With a depth of 12 inches and a diameter of 32 inches, this wall mirror can also be a little intimidating. And just like it’s ancestor, this mirror will not go unnoticed. Hang this industrial strength mirror any where your home but it looks particularly good over a desk in the office or a row of round mirrors behind the sofa or the bar in the man cave. Either way, this mirror will add vintage industrial style to your space.
Fortunately, we’re not at war but it’s always good to be prepared.
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Jet fighter engine
Or round wall mirror
With industrial strength
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