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ClintonMagus
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I recently purchased a used Mirror Passage illusion. When it arrived, a small chip was broken off the top left corner of the center mirror section. Although it isn't very noticeable, only being 3/4 inch by 1/2 inch in size, I would like to repair it, if possible, without replacing the entire mirror.

Do you know of any way to reattach this piece so that it would be secure and less noticeable?
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Michael Baker
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Hi Amos,

I did a quick Google search of "glass repair adhesive", and found this info:

http://antiquerestorers.com/DISCUSSION/glass.html

There were several other results which I did not pursue, but you may find something.

~michael
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ClintonMagus
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If you ever need any information on this, get in touch with Delta Kits at http://www.deltakits.com. They make all sorts of products, including a plate glass resin, and are the most helpful folks I've ever dealt with.
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