RECLAIMED CARVED MIRROR
This individual and striking looking reclaimed carved mirror provides an attractive and unique item of furniture and originates from beautiful Jodhpur, Rajasthan. Constructed from a multitude of individual hand carved reclaimed timbers this mirror provides a striking look and can be hung in either portrait or landscape, with it’s fitted metal eyelets to the back. It was made by a small group of artisan crafts people in Jodhpur and this mirror could be used throughout the home and brings an eye-catching look.
Another fine example of using up what would otherwise be scrap wood. Many small beautifully carved pieces of wood have been upcycled into this attractive mirror. They are all differently carved, and showing signs of old paintwork left behind. The colours include brown, blue, green, cream and i’ve even seen some old painted lettering left behind. Overall the mirrors have a strong heavy feel to them. There are fixings on the back to enable you to hang this mirror landscape or portrait
Perfect above a mantlepiece or any large wall, this piece would create an lovely focal point.
Made in India.
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Take a look at our blog about this style of furniture here.
Due to the nature of these pieces each item will vary. With the colours, patterns and metal work on the wood differing from one to another. Please contact us prior to purchase if you would like let us know your preference. Also, we can send photos of the exact item we would send you.
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19th October 2019
“I would just like to reflect and take the time to say thank you -myself and my husband recently travelled a long way top visit your shop and ordered several pieces of furniture as a result. The pieces arrived so well packaged to protect them, and we were blown away by them when we unpacked them – absolutely stunning. They will provide many, many years of enjoyment. I am sure we will visit again in the future as a result and will be sure to infirm others kind regards,”