A mirror is flat or curved surface usually produced of glass that has had a reflective coating applied to it.
Mirrors are also used in technology and they are an important component in scientific instruments such as telescopes, industrial machinery, cameras and lasers.
In the sixteenth century, Venice became the centre of manufacture for such mirrors.
A factory for manufacturing mirrors called Saint-Gobain was established in France, but mirrors were still expensive luxuries and only the very rich owned it.
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