This vintage Stutz motor company advertising mirror is a stunning piece of wall art showcasing the American car's intricate design and prestige.
The mirror features vivid tones and a glamorous art deco lady, complemented by bold branding fonts.
It comes in a mid-coloured wooden frame and is manufactured by Aspell Saggers.
Despite its age, the mirror is in excellent vintage condition with a few signs of authentic patina.
The Stutz Motor Car Company was a prestigious American sport and luxury car manufacturer in Indianapolis, Indiana. Operations commenced in 1911 and concluded in 1935.
Stutz distinguished itself as a purveyor of swift automobiles, pioneering America's first sports car and crafting high-end vehicles for the affluent and renowned from 1924.
In 1968, the brand was rejuvenated through the stewardship of the Stutz Motor Car of America, which introduced a range of contemporary retro-styled cars. Although the enterprise still exists, it discontinued factory-made car sales in 1995.