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  • Oyster Shell Wall Mirror design by Currey & Company
    With real oyster shells embellishing the diminutive square frame, the Oyster Shell Mirror brings the ocean into any setting. Hang on its own, in groupings or use as a tray; this delightful mirror is lovely and versatile. PRODUCT NAME: Oyster Shell Mirror. DIMENSIONS: 20h x 2d x 20w. MATERIAL: Wood/Oyster Shell/Mirror. FINISH: Natural Shell. Leadtime:
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    Inspired by the American crafts movement of the late 19th century and early 20th century, the Tramp Art Mirror is hand-carved with the added feature of antiqued mirror and a blackened finish. Embellished with subtle details, this mirror will make a dramatic statement hung alone or in groupings. PRODUCT NAME: Tramp Art Mirror. DIMENSIONS: 20h x 2d x 20w. MATERIAL: Wood/Mirror. FINISH: Blackened Tramp/Antique Mirror. Leadtime:
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    Rays of steel wire radiate from a corona of textured brass drippings in contemporary starburst mirror. Sunny accent shines golden in foyer, dining room or bedroom.
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  • Margate Mirror design by Currey & Company
    Luxury by the seaside is at the heart and soul of the Margate Mirror. Natural Oyster shells adorn the appealing Contemporary Gold Leaf finished frame which brings sophistication to any coastal-inspired interior. PRODUCT NAME: Margate Mirror. DIMENSIONS: 30w x 2d x 45h. MATERIAL: Wrought Iron/Mirror/Oyster Shell. FINISH: Contemporary Gold Leaf/Natural. Leadtime:
  • Pottery Barn Black Fretwork Floor Mirror
    Blackened iron studs punctuate our floor mirror’s carved fretwork frame, giving it the detail and presence of an art piece. 57.5" wide x 82" high x 1.75" deep Mango wood frame with a dark stained finish. Beveled mirror. Floor standing only. Tip kit included.
  • Twos Company Large Silver Paris Mirror
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  • West Elm Antique Tiled Floor Mirror
    A foxed-mirror tile frame edged with wood molding lends this handsome and versatile floor mirror a slightly vintage look and feel. It's great for making a small space look larger, letting more light into a room or just providing ample area for checking out an outfit from top to bottom. 26"w x 1"d x 72"h. Solid wood frame with Antiqued Bronze finish. Hand-inlaid mirrored glass tiles in a Bronzed Foxed-finish. Hangs vertically or horizontally. Mounting hardware required (not included). Made in India.
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  • Crate & Barrel Fretwork Warm Zinc Square Wall Mirror
    Early fretwork designs were cut into wood or metal embellishing furniture, instruments and architecture. Our modern version takes its cue from the classic Greek key motif, adding graceful curves and a warm zinc finish to set off a square of mirrored glass.
  • West Elm Parsons Floor Mirror - Gray Herringbone
    Reflect on a classic. Our popular Parsons Floor Mirror gets a sophisticated new look, now available in a solid wood and bone inlay frame painted with a cool gray herringbone pattern. It reinterprets the original iconic Parsons design with a simple yet substantial frame that brings dimension and texture to a room. 24"w x 3"d x 72"h. Solid wood frame; bone inlay. Mirrored glass. Imported.
  • Bella Circular Mirror in Antique Brass design by Interlude Home
    Dimensions: 28"diam x 1" Material: metal/mirror. Color: antique brass.
  • Pottery Barn Distiller Arch Mirror
    Shaped like an old distillery window, this generously sized mirror does double duty as a source of reflection and dramatic display. 31" wide x 82" high x 1" thick Iron frame with a bronze finish. Mirror glass. Mounting hardware included. Internet Only.
  • Gold Mosaic Round Wall Mirror design by Tozai Home
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    With traditional details like beveled glass, double row of pearl edging in antiqued gold leaf finish and finished with a dark gray wash, the sumptuously framed Norlina mirrors exude a regal, masculine presence ideal as accents to tie a traditional room together. Fiberboard/resin/glass.
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    The wooden frame of the Ogden Blue mirror has a hand-rubbed ivory/sky blue finish with antiqued silver leaf details for a soft pastel color effect, perfect for informal settings where relaxation is encouraged. It also features beveled glass and can be hung vertically, as shown, or horizontally. Wood frame.
  • Thos. Baker Cleavon Wall Mirror
    This frameless mirror features a lattice design made of beveled mirrors. Center mirror has a generous 1 1/4" bevel. May be hung either horizontal or vertical.
  • Fascination Round Mirror By Varaluz
    Breathtaking…that's what came to our mind when we saw the ruins of an old Nevada mine at sunset. The walls had been constructed of wine bottles and mud. All those old bottles arranged so perfectly and capturing the sunlight, what better inspiration for a family lighting? We mimicked the bottle ends with recycled steel circles of varying sizes filled with recycled glass discs. Rarely before has a design based in "old" seemed so powerfully new. Features. Fascination collection. Country of Manufacture: Philippines. Hand-forged steel has 70% or greater recycled content. Recycled bottle glass. Low-VOC finish. Available in 4 colors: Nevada, Hammered Ore, Kolorado or Zen Gold.
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    With a grand, curvaceous silhouette, the Lancelot mirror has a strong and mighty presence. Four rows of imitation mother-of-pearl and silver leaf beading shine gloriously in your bedroom, powder room or entranceway.
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  • Diamond Mirror By Piet Houtenbos
    Handcrafted by Piet Houtenbos in Brooklyn, NY. With modernism at its core, the Diamond Mirror proudly shows its roots. "This project was in large part inspired by the past, and the realization that mirrors just seem to have lost some of their luster, prestige and become simply a utility for reflection." From the end of the 17th century mirrors and their frames became an increasingly important part of decorating the home. Frames were largely used to reflect the general taste of the time. Ivory, silver, olive wood, tortoise shell all made their marks throughout time but were replaced whenever the trends changed as frames were much cheaper to produce than the mirrors themselves. By the 19th century the french started producing circular mirrors usually framed by extensively complex Neoclassical gilded wood carvings. The undeniable presence these earlier mirrors created has been somewhat lost over the years. Modern day mirrors are often thought of as something to simply provide a reflection and the object itself has become less important. A mirror's commanding presence was the result of the sweat, blood and hours of skilled craftsmen who created master works impossible to reproduce today. The Diamond Mirror hopes to regain some of the power from its glory days using newer techniques and less blood.

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