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Bradford Hand-Beveled and Etched Glass Art Deco Mirror | Vintage Details

Hand-Beveled Art Deco Mirror With True Vintage Details, Dynamic Sparkle and Shine

The Bradford Mirror is a dramatic, large-scale Art Deco mirror. It has mirror-on-mirror details that scatter light like a diamond cocktail ring. Four intersecting etched lines create surface interest on the main reflecting plate while individually beveled baguettes create sparkle and shine.

Artisan Quality Details

Vintage art deco quality and design details. Each piece starts out as clear flat glass, which is artisanally cut, heat- shaped, hand-beveled, silvered and precision assembled. Mounted on a black, wooden frame.

Description:
  • 39"w  x  1"d  x  50"h
  • Hand-beveled and hand-etched mirrored glass
  • Precision high-low elements create a castelletated mirror-on-mirror frame effect
  • The mirror plateau is etched with intersecting geometric lines for period interest
  • Sturdy D-ring hardware hangs the Bradford Mirror vertically or horizontally
The make of Indian prints is process driven. Use this guide to maker's Hindi/Indian Slang translated into English, to understand the natural dye block print process together with other general information.
Muslins were, likely, the world’s first luxury trades. Demand for their sensory qualities of airiness, softness and coolness on the skin drove exports all over the ancient world. Domestically, Indian muslins are regarded as an art form that rivaled the beauty and transparency of silk. In Rome and beyond, Indian handwovens were sold as ‘textalisventalis’ or ‘woven air’.