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    Elizabeth Taylor "Cleopatra" Egyptian vanity table mirror prop from Cleopatra, subsequently used in Lost in Space. (TCF, 1963) Vintage original prop Egyptian vanity mirror constructed of cast composite materials, wood and metal. The U-shaped frame features 2-ram's head finials at the top and a pedestal base with sculptural elements. A gold metal disc serves as the mirror and is mounted in the crux of the U-shaped frame. The frame and base are painted in metallic gold with some gray applied to features of the base. Expertly finished and antiqued overall. Measuring 12 x 21.5 x 4 in. Featured as set decoration in the epic Cleopatra and repurposed for subsequent use in the groundbreaking Sci-Fi TV series Lost in Space (1965-1968). Retaining studio markings on the base bottom. Exhibiting age, production wear and some cracking to frame. In vintage very good condition.

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    December, 2019
    17th Tuesday
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