Antique tate britain gallery window frame mirror


  • £4,200.00
  • €4,904 Euro
  • $5,744 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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Antique tate britain gallery window frame mirror

Magnificent, unique and steeped in history, this stunning mirror has been created from an antique Victorian cast iron window frame reclaimed from the world-famous Tate Britain art gallery.

This unique window frame features an arched opening, with a striking diamond design that is decorated with delicate copper flowers at each intersection. A very unique convex form reminiscent of a battle shield.

This cast iron antique window frame was removed from the original part of the Tate Britain building, designed by Sidney R J Smith and built in 1897. The fourth image shows one of the window frames in their original setting, as a basement window at the side of Tate Britain.

The frame has been stripped and hand-polished and glazed with mirror glass to make a spectacular and unique mirror with exceptional provenance.

128cm wide x 119 high x 9.5cm profile
Dimensions are approximate.


19th century

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