Small Murano Mirror with Easel

Murano glass is famous all over the world because it is so delicate and beautiful and because kings and queens craved for it for centuries. All the great castles and palaces were adorned with Murano glass chandeliers and mirrors and other glass items. This Small Murano Mirror with Easel  is perfect and it makes very house look like a palace when you see it on the wall or on the side table. The mirror is small indeed (14″ h x 9″w) but perfect for reflecting a woman’s face in the morning when she applies the make-up or when she checks the latest details before getting out for a party. It is gently supported by a wooden easel and it looks amazing, like a luxury item in a collection.

The mirror is not supposed to be fixed on the wall, but rather rest on the side table and be admired directly by all those seeing their reflection in it. The frame is handcrafted in clear Murano glass and all the tiny details are carefully carved in order to get an amazing final product. The floral design and the leaves are artistically designed and crafted and they surround the mirror in a perfect oval shape. It has an antique finish, but this only makes it even more charming. The mirror can be purchased for $750 at ABC Home.



Published by in Interiors, on January 18th, 2012

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