The Beatles Mirror | Beatles memorabilia
Updated: Feb 19
"I'm looking through you…" Not with this item. Celebrate the moptops as you neatly tend to your style! No wonder it takes you so long to start your day. How can you be expected to be prompt when you constantly gaze into your Beatles mirror and dream of the Fab Four?
Manufactured by Bassett Mirror Company, 1290 Philpott Drive, Bassett, Virginia, this rare mirror measured 15"x
21" housed in an 18"x32" wood frame and embellished with four 3¼"x3½" color photos of the Beatles along the top. The advertisement for this artifact read:
"yeah! yeah! yeah!...
and now it's a BEATLES Mirror.
ready to hang! 19.99 overall 19x32"
Dating for a hard day's night at Convention Hall with John, Paul, George, and Ringo? Like you'll scream, screech, shriek over this beat teen treat in Pittsburgh Plate Glass topped with built-in picture frames and 4 full-color photos of the world's wildest 4! Back panel opens.... change pix at any time, even replace Liverpool's answer to the high cost of haircuts! Dig yours in white, maple, or decorator green. And you'll want to hold Gimbels' hand for the hip low price!"
Gimbel Brothers (Gimbels) was an American department store.
The sticker attached to the mirror read, "This is a High Fidelity Mirror of Twin-Ground Pittsburgh Plate Glass." The shipping box read "Bassett Mirror Co. Bassett, VA. Caution-Do Not Lay Flat. Furniture, Including Mirrors or Glass, Fragile, Handle With Care."
"Bassett has been America's first name in home furnishings since 1902 when my great-grandfather opened his first furniture factory on the eastern slopes of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia." – www.bassettmirror.com.
Bassett Mirror Co. Inc. was named in a NEMS Enterprises, Ltd vs. Seltaeb, Incorporated lawsuit filed in the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the State of New York, First Judicial Department, dated: New York, New York, July 6, 1965.