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Antique mirrored splashback

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parkview094 Mon 09-Oct-17 18:36:23

Has anyone got an antique mirror effect splashback behind their hob/cooker? I've found lots of pictures of such a thing on the net, but am struggling to find anyone willing to supply such a thing.
I've only found one company willing to quote so far, but that's come in at almost £800 which, suffice to say, is somewhat more than I had budgeted ;)

Pradaqueen Mon 09-Oct-17 18:52:40

I have had normal mirror and two way mirror installed in my renovations. Obviously not suitable for gas or flame hobs. Go to your local glazier for a quote or source the antiqued mirror yourself and get a local glazier to fit. It will be cheaper.

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