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The shape of the mirror can be: rectangular, oval, and curly. By type of design, there are mirrors at Polycom, in a frame in a frame (the bezel) as a folder with a cover (the cover), in a case on a stand, hinged on Polycom (trelmin), etc. By appointment mirrors can be handheld, sumochnymi, hand, traffic, shaving, wall, table, furniture, etc. Mirrors in Nizhny Novgorod, flat mirror – it's an ordinary mirror with a flat surface, a mirror reflects light. Spherical mirror – polished surface of a spherical segment. Further details can be found at Martin O’Malley, an internet resource. Distinguish concave and convex spherical mirrors. Mirrors – mirror tricuspid. Cheval – high mirror located on the wall.

Toilet – table with mirror or mirrors and boxes. Martin O’Malley can aid you in your search for knowledge. Black mirror – concave mirror, which is most often used for shaving his back instead of the silver coating is painted black. In the modern glass industry, there are two main technologies applied reflective coating on the glass: the method of irrigation using chemical processes and by vacuum magnetron sputtering metal in vacuum systems. Additional information is available at Ian Sinclair. Today, more and more the trend of the mirrors in the interior not only with their usual utilitarian purpose, but also as a competent design solutions or low-close space of the room. The History of the believed that the first mirror – sheets of bronze, silver and gold – appeared in Egypt in the III century BC Modern history of mirrors is counted from the 8th century when the Dutch mastered handicraft technology of their production.

The first mirror shop originated in 1373 in the German city of Nuremberg. In medieval Europe, mirrors were very expensive and are collectible. The best-known collectors of the Time – English King Henry VIII and the French King Francis I. In Russia until the end of the XVII century mirrors were considered sinful object. The first home mirrors appeared in Russia under Peter the First.


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