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Spanish Sunburst Mirror

Coco House

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Spanish Sunburst Mirror

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Product Information

Era:

Antique; 1900-1910

Condition:

Good; some wear

Materials:

cedar/paint

Size:

23" L x 23" W

Color/Finish:

gold

Why We Love This

Beautiful surburst from Europe with lots of giltwood and mirror glass details. Hand-carved of cedar and painted in gold.
As described by Coco House

Why We Love This

Beautiful surburst from Europe with lots of giltwood and mirror glass details. Hand-carved of cedar and painted in gold.

About Coco House

Frenchman Serge de Laville and his American wife, interior designer Stefani de Laville, began collecting 19th-century English bamboo furniture for their beach cottage more than twenty years ago. The pieces, charming, whimsical, and very durable in the Florida sun, were the only affordable antiques in their area at the time. The scope of their inventory has grown to include an eclectic mix of antiques found on their travels around the world.