Yes, but expensive. Need to take to a mirror co and have it delivered. Only worth it if the mirror is hand beveled and in custom shape, not round, oval, square or rectangle.
Hi Jean! I'm assuming you mean the mirror part? Yes and no. The actual resilvering process is difficult, can be dangerous if precautions aren't done carefully, and to have a professional do it, in my area is expensive. There are sprays that you can use for a mirror that isn't valuable, that may improve the appearance, like Rustoleum's .Mirror Effect spray. Can the mirror part be replaced? Sometimes it is the cheapest method.
If it is hand beveled , need to keep glass, if not just replace it.
And sometimes you just accept and embrace their age and flaws! This can work too if the frame is perked up with an artsy/design twist...color, shine, etc.
Thanks, I will just admire the beautiful piece of furniture and admire the flaws as well