A nineteenth-century iron frame, salvaged from a glass house has been transformed into a fabulous window-like mirror.
As the glass is new and the frame has some depth, it is set back a little with a minor gap at the bottom. This would be lovely in the garden or summer kitchen as well as indoors. The metal frame has a lovely rustic patina with some green speckles.
Note: Mirrors have been photographed facing fabric, a technique that reveals any age spots in the glass. In some cases, this may create the appearance of an empty frame, but each mirror is complete except where explicitly stated.
Condition and patina consistent with age.
Approx. overall 51½" without hook hugh x 30¼" wide x 0¾" deep
Approx. overall 131cm without hook hugh x 77cm wide x 2cm deep