It looks like a regular mirror, but its mirror in New Mexico is a little bit different.
A few weeks ago, a local barber shop owner stumbled across the mirror in the bathroom of his barber’s shop.
He called a few friends to get it fixed.
They weren’t surprised.
“It looks really bad,” said John Lohman, the barber who saw the mirror.
“I can’t tell what the paint was.”
It’s an old piece of furniture that’s been in the barbers shop for years.
It’s still in good condition.
“We have all kinds of antique furniture,” said Lohmen, who has owned barbershops in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Ohio for nearly a decade.
“A lot of it’s broken, but it’s very functional.”
The mirror sits on a bench in a corner of the bar, where it sits under a mirror stand.
The mirror itself is a black, antique-looking metal plate with two pieces of wood on it.
Lohman said the mirror was probably a gift from a friend who was interested in getting a new mirror.
He doesn’t want to tell anyone what he saw.
“If you have a problem, you tell me,” he said.
The owner of the shop, Paul Pfeffer, who also sells vintage furniture, said he got the mirror for $300.
He said the shop has only used it once.
“It’s a very beautiful mirror,” he told me.
“And you can’t have a bad mirror.”