Argent Shell Mirror
2 in stock (can be backordered)
Argent Shell Mirror
The Argent Shell Mirror is handmade with attention to detail and precision. It is available in the standard size of 73cm diameter and also bespoke sizes on request.
The Argent design is inspired by ancient sailors’ crafts dating back to the 17th century. The mirror features an assortment of shells such as Pearl Oyster, Turbo, Pearl Troca, White Lip cockle, Polished Venetian Pearls and Abalone. Not only are the shells applied to a marine ply frame but also the mirror is of the highest quality. The mirror is easy to wall mount because it is supplied with a cleat hanging system.
The frame of the Argent Shell Mirror is handmade in Marine plywood. The outer frame comprises of many unusual and distinctive sea shells and consequently each mirror is unique. It is fabulous as an individual piece or alternatively can be displayed with others hence giving a real visual impact.
Bespoke Sizes – Argent Shell Mirror
We would be very pleased to discuss with you any specific shape or size of mirror that you may be interested in. You can specify your requirements and also be involved in the selection of types of shells and the colour scheme required.
An Argent decorative box is also available, it features a similar combination of shells and colours.
Objet Luxe create “The Jewellery of The Home” and the Argent Mirror is a perfect example of our attention to detail.
Dimensions (Argent Shell Mirror) : Diameter: 73cm, Depth: 12cm
Shells and all natural items used by Objet Luxe are ethically sourced from sustainable sources. We only use the finest quality natural raw materials, all of which comply to CITES and all international environmental legislation.
Please note that the “coral” used on the Argent mirror is Faux and actually made in a high quality resin.
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