Red Glass Wall Decor
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    Perspective in Red - Soicher Marin Art

    $394.50 $495.00 $394.50
    More Details Seen first at One Kings Lane: This breathtaking landscape is printed in vivid color on archival paper, matted, and displayed under glass. This framed work arrives ready to hang.
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    Seated Woman Art

    $189.50 $240.00 $189.50
    More Details Designed by us and available only at One Kings Lane: This sketch of a seated woman gains a sense of whimsy with its blue and red embellishments. Printed on deckled matte paper, matted, and displayed under glass in an antiqued gold frame, this piece arrives ready to hang.
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    Poppy II Art

    $419.50 $525.00 $419.50
    More Details Designed by us and available only at One Kings Lane: Depicting translucent red poppies, this soft photograph is reproduced here on vellum, pinned to an off-white mat, and displayed under glass in a ready-to-hang frame.
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    Poppy I Art

    $419.50 $525.00 $419.50
    More Details Designed by us and available only at One Kings Lane: Depicting translucent red poppies, this soft photograph is reproduced here on vellum, pinned to an off-white mat, and displayed under glass in a ready-to-hang frame.
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    Poppy II Art

    $419.50 $525.00 $419.50
    More Details Designed by us and available only at One Kings Lane: Depicting translucent red poppies, this soft photograph is reproduced here on vellum, pinned to an off-white mat, and displayed under glass in a ready-to-hang frame.
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    19th-C. French "Louis Philippe" Mirror - Countryside Antiques

    $1,695.00  
    More Details 19th-Century French "Louis Philippe" Gold Leaf Mirror. Great design throughout the frame. Beading around the interior lining. Wonderful red bleeding through the gold leaf. Appears to be the original mirror glass and wooden back.
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    Swedish Gilt Mirror - Schorr & Dobinsky

    $1,695.00  
    More Details A Swedish, Gustavian period mirror dating from the beginning of the 19th century. Made in Sweden, it follows the style of Louis XVI which was in vogue at the time. The traditional double love bird motif on the crown indicates that it may have been made as a wedding gift. It is in very good condition with its red size showing through its original coupon gilt due to the countless dusting over the past 200 ...