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.
A polished nickel frame inlaid with faux fur
surrounds this floor mirror, giving the design a touch of organic beauty and a rich, earthy look. Simple but distinctive, it will give any decor a rustic chic feel.
Barmer floor mirror, repurposed from a 19th-century doorway
featuring an arched center with intricate carved details, flanked with two finely carved columns with peacock motifs. Original aged brown patina. Minor wear.