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    The Veritas unbreakable mirror is a minimalist masterpiece. The size and shape of a credit card, it fits neatly into any wallet or purse, meaning you can check that you are looking good wherever you happen to be. Because it is made from highly polished stainless steel rather than glass, there is no chance of you breaking it by sitting down with it in your back pocket, or hitting a top note while singing an operatic aria.

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    Designed by Eva Åbinger, the Veritas is an instant design classic and is part of the permanent collection of the National Museum of Stockholm. The mirror fits snugly into its black reindeer leather slipcase, which protects it from smudges and scratches.

    baby in mirror

    The superstition that breaking a mirror brings seven years of bad luck started with the Romans, who had lots of silly ideas, quite frankly. They also thought the bad luck could be avoided by grinding the pieces of the mirror into dust, but who has time for that these days? Better to avoid any chance of bad luck in the first place. The Veritas unbreakable mirror - looking good, baby!


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    Product info

    The Veritas unbreakable mirror is a minimalist masterpiece. The size and shape of a credit card, it fits neatly into any wallet or purse, meaning you can check that you are looking good wherever you happen to be. Because it is made from highly polished stainless steel rather than glass, there is no chance of you breaking it by sitting down with it in your back pocket, or hitting a top note while singing an operatic aria.

    Mirror reflecting sky

    Designed by Eva Åbinger, the Veritas is an instant design classic and is part of the permanent collection of the National Museum of Stockholm. The mirror fits snugly into its black reindeer leather slipcase, which protects it from smudges and scratches.

    baby in mirror

    The superstition that breaking a mirror brings seven years of bad luck started with the Romans, who had lots of silly ideas, quite frankly. They also thought the bad luck could be avoided by grinding the pieces of the mirror into dust, but who has time for that these days? Better to avoid any chance of bad luck in the first place. The Veritas unbreakable mirror - looking good, baby!


    Big picture of mirror