The Queen Anne Mirror is a modified historical style in cornflower blue, gray and clear mirror.
Traditional Pushing Toward Something New
The colored, mirrored frame tapers as it rises toward a sculpted, keystone top. Bold line and intense hue push this traditional style away from its English roots toward Continental Art Deco styling you might see from a French master like Serge Roche or the Italians at Fontana Arte. Versatile 54" tall size.
17"w x 1"d x 36"h
Hand-Beveled Colored and Clear Mirrored Glass
Traditional Queen Anne Style
Mounted on Wood
Unframed with D-Rings Installed for Vertical Hanging
Decolonization, which unravels lingering colonial systems and structures, has been topical in Africa and the Americas for over 20 years. Inside India, decolonizing Indian crafts does not seem to have crossed-over from academic settings to broader audiences. Why is that?
The lack of a standardized, generally accepted definition of “handmade / handcraft” destabilizes sustainability reporting, ESG dimensions and other urgent, data-driven concerns. We propose the best general definition for handmades, so far:
"True handmades are created, essentially, by human hands. “100% handmades” can use hand tools or even limited mechanical processes—as long as the artisan’s work and skills remain the most substantial value-add of the finished product." Keep reading for a rounded view of handmades, globally.