RECLAIMED BLOCK MIRRORS LIGHT
These very individual and eye-catching mirrors have been constructed from a number of reclaimed blocks; providing a ‘mosaic’ of natural hardwoods and colours. These mirrors are in a lighter more natural wood colour, while hints of various colours can be made out. They are very textual and visually eye-catching given the shaped carved blocks that also include a number of chevrons. We also have another pair which are of a darker tone due to a stain that has been applied. This pair also includes a number of colours and again a whole range of carved shapes.
These mirrors have all been made from reclaimed native Indian hardwood. Their eye-catching look is given through the multitude of individual blocks that go into it’s construction. Many of these blocks have been hand carved and provide a textual and three dimensional look. The mirrors are all individual due to the nature of the blocks used in their construction, while they also vary in colour and tone.
These original and outstanding mirrors would certainly bring an individual and eye-catching look into the home. They could be used in the entance/hallway or alternatively hung in any part of the home; in particular the lounge or bedroom.
Made in India.
Reclaimed Indian Furniture and Accessories
Take a look at our blog about this style of furniture here.
Due to the nature of these pieces each item will vary, colours on the wood differ from one to another. Therefore, we highly recommend that you contact us prior to purchase if you would like more information on any piece. Furthermore, all our employees will be more than happy to send you photos of the exact item which we will send you. After we’ve provided all information you require you can go ahead and buy the item.
Unearth the Truth of Indian Mirror Work
When merchant and traveller Marco Polo visited India in the 13th century, he commented that mirror work embroidery from India was more intricate and skilfully crafted than any other that he had seen. Mirror work, otherwise known as shisha, can be traced back to 13th century Persia. Tradesmen and travellers brought the handicraft – (click to continue reading).
6th January 2019
“We visited your shop today and just wanted to say how happy we are with the sideboard, mirror, giraffe and root vase we purchased from you! You were so helpful and we will be back soon! Thank you!”From two very happy customers.