These mirrors have been made using reclaimed woods previously used for Indian buildings. They all vary in shape, size and colour, some being plain, while others have been made using wood painted in blues, greens, yellows and oranges.
The lovely wood frames have an Ali Bab, Mihrab style shaped hole cut for the mirror.
Many have a distressed look as they are old and have been recycled. Each one would give an attractive rustic look to create your ideal finish.
Please contact us for current stock availability and we will send you photos and sizes etc.
RECLAIMED INDIAN FURNITURE
These eco-friendly items are made from a mixture of reclaimed timbers from India, including the use of teakwood, sheesham and mango wood. Usually they show various colourings, with many blues, greens, creams and sometimes oranges, red and pinks. Therefore even the same designed item looks completely different. The woods have been obtained from old Indian buildings such as factories and Havalis etc and therefore is a fantastic environmentally friendly option in furniture making. They are made in Jodhpur, India.
Due to the nature of these pieces each item will vary, with the colours on the wood differing from one to another. Please contact us prior to purchase if you would like let us know your preference and see photos of the exact item we would send you.
Made in India
This item is in stock in our furniture shop in Brighton and Hove, Sussex.