Pyrography Decorated Hand Mirror w/Grape Bunch, Ca. 1910Pyrography Decorated Hand Mirror w/Grape Bunch, Ca. 1910Pyrography Decorated Hand Mirror w/Grape Bunch, Ca. 1910

Pyrography (or wood burning), often referred to as Flemish Art, was a popular decorative style common in the early 1900's. It is often associated with the Arts and Crafts movement because of its simplicity and artistic qualities. In this case we are offering a hand mirror that is decorated with a pyrographic bunch of grapes with a vine and leaves . To add interest to the piece the background is wonderfully textured all over the piece. The beveled mirror looks to be original to the piece. The overall length of the piece is about 8 3/4 inches long and the mirror end is approximately 4 3/4 inches in diameter. The condition is terrific. There are no cracks or chips in the wood and only minor rubbing wear. The mirror has fogging of the silvered reflective surface that is common to old mirrors. If you have an Arts and Crafts bungalow then you must have this mirror to display in your boudoir. You will not be disappointed!

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Item ID: CPyrGM-818

Pyrography Decorated Hand Mirror w/Grape Bunch, Ca. 1910

$25 USD

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