This unique hand finished triple mirror with a shelf has been constructed in solid beech wood and walnut with hand painted post and lintel strip facings. It is named after
its inspiration, a painting titled
by the American artist Brice Marden (b.1938) which is in the collection of the Centre Pompidou, Paris.
Along with our other shelf variations this mirror was conceived to display small ceramics, objects, sculptures and candles.
consists of three joined units with a single slim shelf at the base. Three strips of wood were joined together to make the shelf; two in beech and one in walnut. The three frames and shelf have contrasting walnut plugs on all visible corners.
The colours used on the twelve facing strips are all from the range by Farrow & Ball. This triple mirror is fitted with integral split battens on the first and third sections for easy, secure, wobble free hanging.
This mirror is part of our own collection and is on display at our London studio.
e welcome commissions for alternative versions of the
design. This allows great flexibility - you can choose the size, number of mirror units, wood type for the frames, colour combinations and so on.
Each subsequent version will be unique to its owner and will be stamped and signed on the reverse. Please use the button below for all enquiries.
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