Art Deco style wall mirror, maple burl veneer


  • £390.00
  • €448 Euro
  • $443 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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Art Deco style wall mirror, maple burl veneer

Art Deco style octagonal wall mirror in maple burl veneer & black lacquer, 1980`s ca, English.

This vintage mirror has been gently cleaned while preserving the aged patina. It is ready to hang.

This mirror is from the Art Deco Revival of the 1980`s. Its elegant octagonal shape and the use of luxury materials make it a decorative statement piece. It would complement a range of Interiors such as Art Deco, Traditional, Mid-century, Hollywood Regency, Industrial, Minimalist or Contemporary.

The design is smart & simple: an octagonal frame surrounding a silver mirrored surface. Art Deco references are present in the straight lines, geometric shape, clean edges and the combination of wood alongside lacquered surfaces.

The solid wooden frame has maple burl veneer with a gloss finish. This is accentuated with a black lacquer external & internal trim. The latter reflects in the mirror creating the illusion of depth.

The silver mirror surface is original to the piece, It has a 3 cm beveled edge which adds depth & a subtle emerald reflection when viewed from the sides.

On the back there is the original wood fiberboard backplate. To hang the mirror on the wall there are two metal plates with rings and metal wire stretched across.

This vintage mirror is in very good condition for its age. The wood frame is sound and the joints are tight. The frame has no cracks or dents, and only minor marks in line with age. The mirror surface is clean & reflective, with no chips or scratches.

Additional dimensions:

The total external dimensions are: Height: 56.7 cm, Width: 56.7 cm, Depth: 1.7 cm.
The dimensions of the actual mirror silver surface are: Height: 48.5 cm & Width: 48.5 cm.

Packing is offered free of charge. We take special professional care while packing. The mirror would be wrapped in bubble wrap, foam and an outer layer of card. It will be fitted into a box with loose fill packing nuts, safe for posting with a courier. We ship with reliable couriers (signed for, tracked & insured).

Within London (UK): £ Free
UK Mainland: £ Free
European Union: £ 60
United States/Canada: £ 100
Japan: £ 125
Australia £ 175
Rest of the World please enquire.

In early 20th Century French artists drew inspiration from distant lands. “Art Deco” was a new wave in visual art that first appeared in France shortly after World War I. The style was influenced by ideas and exotic imagery borrowed from Africa and Asia, but also from the Greek Revival style of the 19th Century. Art Deco embraced the new, epitomising optimism & celebration.

The period between the 1980`s & 1990`s was another period of wealth in America & Europe, and Art Deco reemerged as a popular design style. There was a love for gold and luxurious materials, as well as the reinterpretation of Deco patterns. This revival had started actually earlier, during the late 1960`s & 1970`s. The film industry released a number of stylish period films, such as Bonnie & Clyde (1967) and The Great Gatsby (1974). Fashion designers like Barbara Hulanicki of Biba in the UK mined Jazz Age silhouettes. Amid this nostalgic climate, antiques dealers & decorators found audiences hungry for Deco décor, notably celebrities like Yves Saint Laurent and Elton John.


  • H: 56.7cm (22.32in)
  • W: 56.7cm (22.32in)
  • D: 1.7cm (0.67in)


1980's ca, English

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Sergio Guazzelli worked as an Architect and Interior Designer in Argentina. In 1990, he moved to Rome, where he developed and diversified his talents. The 'Eternal City' ignited his interest in antiques, leading to a Diploma in Antiques & Fine Arts. As architecture embraced art; antiques found a place in his designs.

In 1993, Sergio opened his first antiques showroom in Rome, with a second seasonal shop in Ponza, an island close to Capri. The island spirit, with her international clients, influenced his eclectic style. Following features in several magazines, Sergio established his own art & antiques publication. As a part of this, Sergio regularly visited and reported on leading European Auction Houses. It was London's art & antique scene, which drew Sergio.

In 1999, Sergio opened with his partner, Blair Thorburn, their London shop, Roomscape Vintage Furniture, in the historic Horse Hospital at The Stables Market in Camden Town. It was here that they became one of the first to propose vintage Scandinavian style to the London market. Moving forward at the beginning of the Millennium, Roomscape proposed further styles such as Hollywood Regency & Modernist glam.

Roomscape’s adventurous approach brought them to the attention of decorators including a collaboration of the launch of Liberty’s Fourth-Floor Furniture Department in 2006. Decorators not only appreciated the style but also the quality of pieces. With a wide range of contacts and 25 years of experience, Sergio & Blair source stock from abroad as well as trade fairs, private clients and auctions houses. Roomscape searches for pieces in good condition and gentle restoration is done to bring the piece to the best original vintage condition. Each piece is researched with historical detail fully presented on the website.

In 2009, Roomscape moved from a ‘traditional’ shop to a larger showroom with a stronger online presence reaching global destinations. The ‘By Appointment’ Showroom allows customers, both the trade and the public, to have the full 75m² space all to themselves for as long as they want and have a coffee with the boys. Moving from a shop has allowed a more attention to buying and sourcing abroad. It has certainly helped that Sergio is fluent in five languages.

2010 was the year Roomscape worked in partnership with Mary Portas' Living & Giving shops furnishing the Notting Hill & Primrose Hill stores. This collaboration proved charity shopping can be socially responsible, exciting and stylish at the same time. ‘Socially’ responsible in other ways, Roomscape has sourced vintage pieces for the entertainment industry such as The Union Club in Soho, London. The Union is a well established private members club and one of the first to furnish their club with vintage pieces. Most notable is their collection of Sciolari Chandeliers from Roomscape.

In 2010 Roomscape launched a great selection of 20th Century Art, mostly British artists, from the likes of Terry Frost, Richard Smith, Patrick Heron, John Piper, Victor Pasmore, Patrick Proctor, Stephen Buckey, Brendan Neiland, Patrick Caulfield and many others.

Introducing a hire service in 2011, Roomscape moved fast into Fashion, supplying Fresh Film, Cutler and Gross luxury eyeware , Elle Decoration magazine, Agent Provocateur, Miss Sixty & Bulgari

Just in time for Christmas 2012 Roomscape launched a Vintage Jewellery Collection with rare American pieces from the 1940's & 1950's, such as Trifari, Coro Craft, HAR, Renoir & Matisse, Christian Lacroix and Dior.

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