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Antique early 20th century art deco wall mirror by the H. Neuer Glass Company of Cincinnati, Ohio – features a rectangular form with octagonal cut corners and a scalloped pattern along the edge of the glass, etched with a cascading leafing vine, framed in carved giltwood.
The H. Neuer Glass Company, an Ohio corporation incorporatedon March 2, 1909, and having its only office and plant located in Cincinnati,Ohio, is engaged in a country-wide business of glass-jobbing; selling,and glazing of plate and window glass, and the pro-duction of mirrors, furniture glass tops,and glass for art furniture.The Company purchases all glass used by it from one glass manu-facturer, Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass'Company, of Toledo, Ohio, andsuch purchases,totalling approximately 15,000 square feet of plateglass and 45,000 square feet of window glass per month,are deliveredto the Company'splant by motor carrier.The Libbey-Owens-FordGlass Company has two plants in Ohio and one in Illinois manufac-turing, grinding,and polishing plate and safety glass,and one inWest Virginiaand one'in Louisiana manufacturing window glass.2'Other materials,amounting to approximately ten per cent of the total-purchases,are obtained outside Ohio and include pigment and lacquer from Pennsylvania, silver nitrate from Pennsylvania and Missouri,rouge from New York, and mirror frames from Illinois. The bulkof the Company's business is glass-jobbing, about 50 per cent of whichalso involves glazing.Approximately 20 per cent of the glass pur-chased is used in the production of mirrors.The Company operatesfour trucks for local hauling and these trucks make trips at frequentintervals across the Ohio River to nearby parts of Kentucky; ship-ments to other places are made by motor carriers.One of such car-riers has solicited sales for and made deliveries of the Company'sproducts in Indiana.During the period from January 1 to June 30,1937, between 36 and 37 per cent of the Company's products weresold in states other than Ohio.Two of its six salesmen operate inKentucky and Indiana.Excluding office workers and salesmen, the Company ordinarilyemploys approximately 45 employees, the actual number thereoffluctuating in accordance with the volume of the Company's business.
Good Overall - Some silver loss; some chips/wear to frame
15” x 1” x 30” / Mirror - 14” x 26” (Width x Depth x Height)