Seller: alexanderseiji (200) 99.4%, Location: The Great Lakes State, Ships to: US & many other countries, Item: 252625598074 French Victorian Mirror and Dual Candle Holder Sconce Brass Vintage In wonderful condition for its age. Brass construction makes this sconce very sturdy and its staying and construction dates this to the early earlier half of the 20th century. The mirror does have 2 areas where the reflective coating has chipped as indicated in the photographs. Terms of Sale: If for any reason there is an issue with the description or product or their is something wrong with the product and it is not noted in the listed then please reach out to me immediately and I will be more than happy to agree to come to a reasonable solution. We have all been in those situations before and I know how it feels and of course I'd love to correct any errors. Returns: All items carry a 14 day return policy. Items that are returned must be in the exact condition that they arrived in. All accessories that may have been included with the item must be returned as well. No exceptions. If any part of the product is damaged or missing then I reserve the right to create only issue a partial refund. Shipping: Typically items will ship via USPS or Fedex ground. This shipping process typically takes anywhere from 3 - 5 business days depending on your location. I would be more than happy to discuss or explore other shipping methods but any additional costs will naturally cost a bit more. Let me know prior to shipping and I would be more than happy to discuss faster options. I take pride in my packaging and ensure that everything I ship looks exactly the way it looks the day it leaves my store. I strongly encourage checking the contents of the package when delivered in order to ensure that everything is okay. I do my very best to keep this from being an issue but things do happen from time to time. Unless the item was packaged incorrectly Id be more than happy to assess and find a solution for you however this will be on a case by case basis. I have had perfectly packaged items get destroyed in transit and at that point it is obvious that the carrier must take fault in these situations.