A child's room is the ideal place for this small mirror and frame, which looks so much like an antique that it could easily fool a dealer. We made ours from old wood salvaged from damaged antiques. The frame was once the molded edge of a drawer front. You can get the same effect by making the piece from "new" wood and distressing it.
An interesting detail is the dovetail wedges that hold the crest onto the frame. They were common on these mirrors and allow you to remove the fragile crest for moving or storage.