My wife bought this mirror yesterday. Neither one of us know anything about antiques or mirrors, but it had label on the back with D. Milch & Sons Inc and a (apparently) handwritten number of 1769 on it. The label looks like the one I have pictured here but with a different number. (I didn't want to take the thing down again to photograph the actual label. It's too heavy) I tried to find out more about the company but keep coming up empty. I guess they were a home decor company in the early 1900's, but haven't been able to figure anything more. It's 5 ft wide and around 40" tall. We're trying to find out where D. Milch & Sons were located, any guess on the age of the mirror and an approximate value. I think she got a smokin good deal, but we'll see. It does look great in our house either way.
Looks to be gold gilded wood.
D. Milch & Sons Inc, #1769, Oak and acorns
Size and dimensions of this item:
60" W x 43" H (at the tallest Oak cluster)
more than 50 lbs
Purchased from a lady who said her mother has had it for years.