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It’s a great pleasure to share this hand-painted variation of our octagonal convex mirror. We like to think of Parvum Opus as a producer of objects that exist at the confluence of art, craft and design, and this collection embodies that notion beautifully. Our mirrors are conceived in homage to two great artistic inspirations, the English architect Sir John Soane, and French craft artist, Line Vautrin. Each one is unique, and will bring color, pattern and a wink of light to any room.


Every mirror frame begins with silver convex glass, handmade to our specifications by a wonderful glass artist in Italy who specializes in Venetian glass. The stepped octagonal wooden frames are exactingly crafted one at a time, then gessoed and painted by hand in a gestural style: you may notice brush marks and the odd wobble in the painted lines, which add to the lovely texture of the finished object. This piece was hand-painted in deep blue with warm off-white, and is backed in marbled paper by Emily Romero. The mirror frame features a charming brass hanging loop, and as always, we've finished the mirror edge with fine jeweler’s brass bezel.


Hand-Painted Convex Mirror Nº9, Large Octagon, Deep Blue

    • 10-1/8"" wide, 11-1/2" tall, including hanging loop, 1-3/8" deep
    • 7-1/4" convex mirror glass diameter
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