Subes Style French Art Deco Style Rectangular Wall Mirror
3 sizes available
Circa 21st C. Custom
Made to order in your choice of wood finish
and classic French Art Deco Style Wall mirror. Designed in the
manner of French master iron work
artist, Raymond Subes. Shown in the standard finish of Black
polychrome frame with ancient Gold Leaf
accents within the border and on the top star decoration. Available
in your choice of a clear (not beveled)
rectangular mirror, or aged, antique mirror panels.
A) 20" x 60"
B) 26" x 75"
C) 31" x 91"
FINISH CHART HERE
Condition: Excellent; New, Made to Order in your specifications.
Base Price: Size A, with clear Mirror: $ 2,700. or with antique
Mirror panels: $ 3,200.
Size B, with clear Mirror: $ 3,600. or with antique Mirror panels:
Size C, with clear Mirror: $ 4,450. or with antique Mirror panels: $
Standard wood finishes for this item include: Black Polychrome with
Ancient Gold Leaf accents, or Ancient
Gold Leaf with black polychrome accents. The base price here
includes the item, as shown here, in a standard
stained wood finish. Please email for exact pricing in the standard or
premium wood finish you desire.
This is a custom piece that is made to order in your specifications and has a 16 week lead time from the time your payment has cleared our bank.
All visible hardwood frames are solid, hand carved Mahogany,
finished in your preference.
11 Wood Finishes Available.
Additional photos & information below:
This item is a unique, hand crafted item that we believe
will become a treasured heirloom. This furniture collection was
created for beauty, function, comfort and quality. To avoid
any risk of diminishing such heirloom qualities, all types of
man made resins, injection molding and plastics have been
excluded from the materials used to construct this collection.
This item has been
hand carved from solid hardwoods and finished by master
craftsmen. While every effort is made to maintain uniformity,
slight variations may occur. For this reason, we suggest
ordering pairs or sets together. Such distinctions are regarded
as the peerless character of each individual piece, which makes
this collection truly unique in a world of mass-produced
conformity, and as such should not be construed as a flaw.