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This is a gorgeous piece!
What a lovely, trendy and fun mirror to have! I m grateful to the artist, who clearly put a lot of thought, time and care into designing this. Very happy! Thank you!
This mirror was so much more impressive in person. Loved the detail and craftmanship. Great purchase.
Gliseria Soto Reverse painted glass and hand-carved wall mirrors
"My husband and I were blessed eight beautiful children. They are my reason for being, my motivation to go on."
Reverse painted glass mirror, "Wine and Blossoms"$149.99
Flowers bloom in fields of beige and burgundy, caressed by golden sunshine. Marcos Luzalde crafts a circular wall mirror of mohena, a fine Peruvian hardwood. Painted by hand on the reverse side of glass, the motifs reveal a beautiful clarity, while applications of bronze leaf add shine.
Set of 3 Collectible Petite Reverse Painted Glass Mirrors, "Floral Trio"$69.99
With this set of three petite mirrors, Asunta Pelaez Ramos captures the essence of traditional Cajamarca design. The flower-shaped frame surrounds glorious hand-painted floral garlands in golden color. The petite trio features backgrounds of red, white and black.
Sun and Moon Themed Bronze Leaf Wood Wall Mirror, "Cuzco Eclipse"$177.99
A solemn moon attempts to eclipse a fiery sun in this elegant wall mirror from Peruvian artisan Gliseria Soto. The mirror's frame is hand carved from cedar wood and adorned with bronze leaf for a look that is contemporary and yet reminiscent of colonial Cuzco art. The brilliant mirror will add character and light to your home.
Colonial Style Reverse Painted Glass Wall Mirror, "Cuzco Snowflake"$57.99
Inspired by the colonial art styles of the "Cuzco School", artisan Gliseria Soto crafts a small but impressive wall mirror in a snowflake-like shape. The frame is carved by hand from cedar wood and embellished with bronze leaf. Preserving a time-honored technique, Soto adds small panels of reverse-painted glass to the frame. The result is breathtaking.
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