Majolicadream Home Wall Decor
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    French Oval Giltwood Wall Mirror - majolicadream

    $925.00  
    More Details French wall mirror with a gilded oval wood-and-stucco frame, circa 1930.
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    Majolica Birds & Cherries Wall Plate - majolicadream

    $245.00  
    More Details 19th-century yellow majolica plate decorated with birds and cherries. Signed "Sarreguemines." Some wear.
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    Sunburst Wood Mirror - majolicadream

    $1,495.00  
    More Details French sunburst gilded wood mirror, circa 1950. Double layered.
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    Audoux Minet Rope Mirror - majolicadream

    $575.00  
    More Details Petite round rope mirror by Audoux Minet, circa 1960.
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    Gilded Wood Convex Sunburst Mirror - majolicadream

    $1,575.00  
    More Details French midcentury gilded wood sunburst convex mirror circa 1950.
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    Sunbust Convex Mirror Chaty - majolicadream

    $1,785.00  
    More Details Large sunburst metal mirror signed Chaty Vallauris. Measures : 9.5" convex mirror diameter.
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    French Repousse Brass Mirror - majolicadream

    $1,295.00  
    More Details French repousse´ brass Parecloses circa 1880 (Napoleon III)Foxing stains on the original mercury mirror.Acanthus leaves, on the top of the mirror a man with an arrow.
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    Large Rope Mirror Audoux Minet - majolicadream

    $2,185.00  
    More Details Large oval rope mirror Audoux Minet circa 1960 from South of France.Measures: 26" high.
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    Gilded Wood Mirror Style Louis XVI - majolicadream

    $2,595.00  
    More Details Gilded wood mirror style Louis XVI, circa 1850. The carved mirror has a pediment representing a quiver of arrow and a flambeau on the top a ribbon of laurel leaves.
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    Bronze Renaissance Mirror - majolicadream

    $945.00  
    More Details French bronze mirror inspired by the Renaissance with angels, acanthus leaves, circa 1880.
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    Majolica Rooster Massier Jardinière - majolicadream

    $1,395.00  
    More Details Majolica jardinière featuring a rooster on a pink and brown wall attributed to Jerome Massier, circa 1890. Reference page 98 "Barbotines de la Côte d'Azur" of M. Bottero.