Exquisitely hand-carved early 18th century architectural door frame
made of teak wood, re-purposed as a mirror. With elegant detail foliate design and embellished with beautiful decorative spindles. Some wear and few natural cracks due to the age.
This heavily distressed, silver-finished wood frame, with natural
brown peeking through, gives the simple rectangular beveled mirror a rustic elegance. Hangs both horizontally and vertically.
This mirror's unique frame was inspired by the
chinoiserie doorway in a historic home in Williamsburg, Virginia. Made of solid hardwood, covered in antiqued silver metal leaf with an antiqued lacquer finish. Hangs with 30" metal wall cleat, provided.