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Touch up your lipgloss in the Pulp Mirror. 90s bangers meet homeware with our must-have chain hanging mirror. The perfect nod to nostalgia, we've recreated Pulp’s iconic logo, laser etched and hand-inked over super reflective silver acrylic and layered over a recycled black acrylic frame. Suspended from a chunky silver-plated chain, this handmade in Britain collectable is the perfect addition to the gig posters on your gallery wall. Designed in East London and handmade in Kent, UK.
♲ 52% of this piece is made from recycled acrylic
Collection: Tatty Devine x Pulp
Keep water, perfume and other sprays and lotions away from your mirror, as moisture can discolour metal parts.
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Celebrating the return of 90s legends and ready to headline your jewellery collection: Tatty Devine X Pulp is here! In the words of Jarvis Cocker: "You no longer have to open your mouth to make a statement. We will do it for you. It’s our pleasure..."
Designed in collaboration with our Co-Founder’s faves, we’re taking on the merch stand at Pulp’s reunion tour this summer with the must-have jewellery for music lovers.
I'm made with Recycled Acrylic
Spot the difference: on average, every month 35% of the jewellery winging its way to you is made with Recycled Acrylic but you might not even notice it. Our long-lasting Recycled Acrylic looks and feels brand new, but is made from 100% recycled raw materials. The result? Less waste and a lower carbon footprint.
Sustainability within our business practices, products and operations is very important to us.
What’s at the heart of Tatty Devine? Our loyal fans, of course!
Our bustling Monmouth Street store in London is the place to be.
Pulp Mirror reviews
- JONATHAN H.Verified BuyerI do not recommend this productRated 2 out of 5 stars2 weeks agoVery expensive for a plastic mirror
This item was bought as a present for my pulp mad daugther and i am hoping that the fact this is original merch goes along way to cover the distance between quality and price.
I think 120 pounds is a very high price for a plastic mirror on a chain..i really hope she disagrees.Was this helpful?