Theo Mirror, Heavy Antique Theo Mirror, Heavy Antique

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A multifaceted, multidimensional statement piece with star power—meet the Theo Mirror, your room’s favorite new accessory. Villa & House’s artisans have employed bold geometry throughout the Theo’s construction to play up its unique shape and interesting visual impression. The center mirror is an octagon, framed by a dazzling border of hand-cut, beveled, and polished mirrored panels arranged in a three-dimensional style on wood, allowing the piece to quite literally add decorative “pop” to a wall. Each glass panel of the outer frame has been treated with an antiquing technique that gives the piece the look of natural aging. The result is a modern masterpiece with a dash of antique charm. Set above a sofa, side table, console, or fireplace, the Theo reflects natural light and sparkles like a diamond in the rough.

  • 34dia x 4d
  • Mirrored Wood

Villa & House products are crafted using natural materials and heritage techniques. Products may have natural variations such as knots or graining, and may exhibit characteristic signs of an artist’s hand. We consider these the proud hallmarks of natural materials and of hand-craftsmanship which contribute to the uniqueness and beauty of our pieces.

Our items come from different producers in different countries, so all colors may not match across lines: for example, the shade of white in one collection may be creamier or brighter than the shade of white in another collection. Additionally, we continuously improve the design, make, and finish of our products. Therefore, items from different production runs may vary slightly.

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