French Eglise Arched Timber Window Mirror With Original Paintwork


French Eglise Arched Timber Window Mirror With Original Paintwork

Featuring two rectangular panes with a pair or quarter panes to the top, these solid timber widows have been salvaged from a French Eglise in the Burgundy region and transformed into a unique window mirror.  The timber is beautifully patinated and sun bleached. The original paintwork in layers is beautifully crackled and chipped revealing layer upon layer of grey and white paintwork. The feature of this mirror is the perfectly imperfect layers paintwork and the unfinished salvaged aesthetic.

This unique piece of architectural salvage is totally authentic and original.  Dating from the early 1900’s.   Window mirrors serve to add light to a room and give the illusion of an extra external window to your room, creating the impression of extra space within your home.

Window mirrors look fabulous in bathroom, hallways and over mantle pieces.  They are suitable for industrial, rustic country or contemporary interiors.   Shown here they look particularly fabulous if you bring in another oak accent into the foreground as with our piece of Belgian church art.

These type of mirrors are frequently used outdoors on covered patio areas to create the illusion of a ‘view’ across the garden.

Window mirror reflecting a beautiful view can create the impression of a painting upon the wall.

Please contact us with your fully shipping address for a quotation.  We will choose the safest most economical way to reach your mainland UK address.

Width 105 Centimeters

Height 143 Centimeters

Depth 4 Centimeters

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