Large Table Mounted Parabolic Mirror by G.E.
30% OFF! Parabolic mirrors were concave reflective surfaces used to project energy such as light, sound, or radio waves. They were used in telescopes and scientific machines. In radio, the waves were intended for communication with satellite dishes. Our mounted mirror was made for GE (General Electric), and is in its’ original steel casing. The back side shows worn paint, and a raised GE logo. The mirror is mounted on a newer steel table stand, allowing for a lovely display. All images appear upside down in the mirror until you are an inch away, when the image is upright and reversed. These are quite rare and wonderful, and not readily available to the public in this scale. The glass mirror is in fine original condition, and displays very well.
Dimensions:H 2 ft. 6 in. x W 2 ft. 6 in. x D 12 in.