A round mirror made of bronze, the face is polished, and the back is decorated with human and animal motifs inside small symmetrical circles, in addition to other decorations of intertwining plant branches and delicate rosettes. The mirror has a handle of the same type of metal, delimited by projections.
Both Egypt in the Mamluk period and Iran in the Mughal and Timurid periods knew the manufacture of metal mirrors as an important decorative tool that was used by princes and sultans. The decorative elements varied between human, animal, floral and inscriptions.
Mughal Period, (7th AH/ 13th AD) Century.