Guns and Roses vintage 1980s collectable mirror featuring the rock and roll band signs on the dual pistols and the flowers with thorns wrapping around in stunning intricate design, vivid bold stand out red fonts on the band logo, a magnificent music collectable piece that will fit perfectly in a heavy rock memorabilia room.
Mid-coloured wooden frame with gold trim.
Excellent vintage condition with minor signs of authentic patina.
Guns N' Roses is an American hard rock band from Los Angeles, California, formed in March 1985 when local bands Hollywood Rose and L.A. Guns merged. When they signed to Geffen Records in 1986, the band's "classic lineup" consisted of vocalist Axl Rose, lead guitarist Slash, rhythm guitarist Izzy Stradlin, bassist Duff McKagan, and drummer Steven Adler. The current lineup consists of Rose, Slash, McKagan, guitarist Richard Fortus, drummer Frank Ferrer and keyboardists Dizzy Reed and Melissa Reese.
Guns N’ Roses heavily toured the West Coast club circuit their first years before embarking on the Appetite for Destruction Tour. Their debut album Appetite for Destruction (1987) failed to gain traction, debuting at 182 on the Billboard 200, until a year after its release when a grassroots campaign for the "Welcome to the Jungle" music video brought the band mainstream popularity. "Welcome to the Jungle" and "Paradise City" both became top 10 singles, with "Sweet Child of Mine" becoming the band's only single to reach number one on the Billboard Hot 100. The album has sold approximately 30 million copies worldwide, including 18 million units in the United States, making it the country's bestselling debut and eleventh-bestselling album. With their stylistic mix of punk rock, blues rock, and heavy metal, the band helped move mainstream rock away from the glam metal era of the mid-late 80s. In addition, they are credited with revitalising power ballads in rock. Their next studio album, G N' R Lies (1988), combined an early EP with new acoustic songs and reached number two on the Billboard 200, sold ten million copies worldwide (including five million in the U.S.), and included the top 5 hit "Patience" and the controversial “One in a Million”. Adler was fired due to his drug addiction in 1990 and replaced by Matt Sorum.