Arts & Crafts wall mirror, oval, brass & copper


  • £390.00
  • €467 Euro
  • $527 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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Arts & Crafts wall mirror, oval, brass & copper

Antique Arts & Crafts wall mirror with an oval shape in brass & copper, 1900 ca, English.

This antique mirror has been gently cleaned respecting the antique patina. It is ready to hang.

This Arts & Crafts oval mirror could work as an over the mantle or wall mirror; hanged portrait or landscape.

It exemplifies the ideals and techniques of the Arts & Crafts Movement. All components are put together and made by hand. The metal has a hammered polish, riveted details and organic form.

The honest design combined with the use of brass & copper, make this mirror suitable for a range of interiors such as Art Deco, Antique, Hollywood Regency, Traditional, Country, Contemporary or Industrial.

The oval frame is made of sheets of brass & copper with a hammered finish. It has riveted copper work in places characteristic of the period. As it has been handmade, the hammered effect, shape & textured surface is unique & slightly asymmetrical.

The original silver mirror insert is securely held behind this frame. It is has a beveled edge with an organic slightly irregular shape in line with it`s `hand finished` quality.

Along the front the frame is decorated with four raised segments of geometric brass banding. These add depth, movement & reflections. The brass & copper metal surfaces continue along the edge towards the backside, where there is still present the original antique black enameled metal cover.

To hang the mirror on the wall there are two small plates screwed on the reverse side where it can hang by a chain. The plates can be unscrewed to fit in either position, portrait or landscape. The plates are original and the brass chain is new.

This antique wall mirror is in good condition for its age, with the original antique patina all preserved. The original mirror surface is in good condition, with no cracks and only one tiny nibble to the surface in line with age & wear. The metal surfaces are in good condition with minor imperfections such as marks & rubbing to the brass in line with age & wear, as expected for an antique piece.

Additional dimensions:

The total dimensions are: Height: 68 cm, Width: 48 cm, Depth: 3 cm.

The dimensions of the actual mirror silver surface are: Length: 55 cm & Width: 34 cm.

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


Within London (UK): £ Free
UK Mainland: £ Free
European Union: £ 50
United States/Canada: £ 70
Australia: £ 120
Japan: £ 90
Rest of the World please enquire.

ARTS & CRAFTS MOVEMENT IN BRITAIN HISTORY: The Movement took its name from the Arts and Crafts Exhibition Society, a group founded in London in 1887.

The late 19th Century marked the beginning of a change in the value society placed on how things were made. This was a reaction to not only the damaging effects of industrialization but also the relatively low status of the decorative arts. Arts and Crafts reformed the design and manufacture of everything from buildings to jewellery. The Arts and Crafts leaders wanted to develop products that not only had more integrity but which were also made in a less `dehumanising` way.

The Arts and Crafts movement was influenced by art critic John Ruskin (1819-1900), whose work had suggested a link between a nation`s social health and the way in which its goods were produced, he expressed: "Fine art is that in which the hand, the head, and the heart of man go together".


  • H: 68cm (26.77in)
  • W: 48cm (18.90in)
  • D: 3cm (1.18in)


1900 ca, English

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