- Similar itemHandcrafted 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.
- Similar itemIntended for daytime repose, our sumptuously cushioned daybed reproduces a 19th-century French antique. Known as lits en bateau , it features an outward-curving headboard and footboard with the majesty and presence of Napoleon's Empire style. Crafted of cast iron. Hand-finished, distressed, and oxidized to an authentic look of age, then sealed with a protective coat. Two full-depth bolsters are filled with a firm yet accommodating mix of 80% feathers and 20% down wrapped around a 4½" foam core. Accented with baseball stitching. Rolls on non-locking casters.
- Tee Off. Score a hole in one with the Vintage Golfing Antique Oil Painting Reproduction II from H. Hal Kramer Co. Made using traditional European decorative techniques, this reproduction painting has a great old-world feel and comes in a solid-wood frame. It features a picturesque golfing scene that can add plenty of charm to everything from a country club to your living room. Fore! Comes in a solid-wood frame.
- Similar itemInterlocking rings create an eye-catching diamond pattern on the cylindrical base of the Viceroy lamp. This vintage glam design is hand painted in gold leaf on a mint green background and topped with an off-white silk shade. Hand painted porcelain. Off-white silk softback shade with off-white lining. Brass hardware. 3-way switch. 150W bulb (not included) Overall: 16"W x 31"H. Shade: 16"W x 15"D x 12"H.
- Tee Time. Score a hole in one with the Vintage Golfing Antique Oil Painting, Set of 2, from H. Hal Kramer Co. Made using traditional European decorative techniques, these reproduction paintings have a great old-world feel and come in solid-wood frames. They feature picturesque golfing scenes—one of a man teeing off and the other of a man sizing up his next shot—and can add plenty of charm to everything from a country club to your living room. Fore! Each comes in a solid-wood frame. Set of two.
- Similar itemThe diamond represents clarity, vision, and awareness. Let this geometric lamp guide the way with its ethereal light. Hand-wrought in India from a brass-colored iron frame, its molecular shape hangs gracefully. Also available in black and copper colors and an oblong diamond shape.
- Similar itemThe Worlds Away Noah cabinet's stained wood and antique mirror combine for an organic and eclectic mix. Behind two captivating doors, a single fixed shelf offers stylish storage. 40"W x 19.5"D x 32"H.
- Perfect for a large wall or entry space in your modern loft or contemporary home, this antique mirror features golden rods in a circular sunburst pattern that create a work of art. And that’s not even counting the masterpiece that is your reflection. 39.75 inches high x 39.75 inches wide. Constructed of steel, glass and wood. Antique gold finish. Mirror is framed within gold circle. Starburst rods have varying lengths.
- London Ladies. Transport yourself to old-world England with the Framed Etching Ladies with Parasols Wall Decor from H. Hal Kramer Co. Featuring an exquisite drawing of Victorian ladies strolling with parasols, this art piece is the perfect way to make a traditional statement in your formal living room or sophisticated foyer. It comes matted in French milled paper, framed in solid wood, and set under museum-quality glass so it's ready to hang as soon as it arrives. Tip your hat! Comes in a solid-wood frame under museum-quality glass.