Decorative pair of 'Tramp Art' Framed Mirrors which come from Alsace in Eastern France. According to local traditions of the Alsatian region, the frames are made from small and intricately carved pieces of wood which are applied on to a wooden backing frame. Old cigar boxes and shipping crates were often used to create this interesting and decorative folk art form , and by tradition the whittled wooden pieces were formed into geometric shapes with the outside edges of each layer notch carved.
The primary photo of the mirrors shows a slightly distorted view of other items of stock in my shop because the old mirror glasses are slightly out of true. . Some lower photos also show there is a small amount of 'spotting' around the edges of the mirrors . An option is to replace the antique mirror glasses with new ones. Please enquire on the site.
Dating between 1880-1910, each mirror measures 30 inches tall x 25 wide.
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