Czech Cubist Mirror
The Popova Mirror celebrates Czech Cubism's destabilized crystalline shapes and sharp points. Outside Art Deco's Parisian mainstream, the Czechs developed spiritual beliefs about the energy of things. You can see these ideas in vintage buildings sprinkled around Prague's city center. Their love of crystalline forms is explained by the belief that objects have an energy, which can only be emancipated by splitting the horizontal and vertical planes.
Splitting Horizontal and Vertical Planes
Centered around Prague, this underappreciated school of International Art Deco understood the significance of cubism's breakthroughs, which shattered 400 years of Renaissance perspective. This cool, dramatic take is tamed by refined, artisanally hand beveled glass. The makers use tons of quality processes to make these mirrors among the best on the market. Each piece is cut to size, beveled, heat formed, polished and mirrored for a precision fit with tight tolerances. Get the point. Description:
- Hand-beveled glass
- Mounted on wooden back
- Sturdy D Rings for Horizontal Hanging
General Information on Cleaning and Care
Dust and dirt are the enemy of clear, like-new, finishes. The best way to keep your purchase looking its best is to clean it frequently with a dry cloth. Beyond this general advice, follow these basics for years of beautiful use:
- Keep purchases dust-free. Blot stains and liquids. When you need deeper cleaning, use a lightly damp cloth.
- Keep your purchase in a stable temperature and away from direct sun.
- Do not use any caustic chemicals or abrasives. Stay away from harsh cleaners like alcohol, acetone or ammonia. Only use glass cleaner on glass.