Black Wood Mirrors(29 items)
Welcome to the Black Wood Mirror Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Black Wood Mirrors
This is the second mirror that I have purchased from the very talented Asunta Palaez. It was given to my neice for a birthday gift & she loved it!
I am an interior designer and this mirror worked perfectly. Fabulous quality and artistic. Packed perfectly and so so very happy. Thank you.
Rita Addo Zakour Wood carvings and beaded jewelry
"I do my designing with African concepts in mind."
"Since I began working with you, I've become a proud artisan. You have helped me grow and improve my designs and their quality. My design skills have evolved and I'm able to bring most of my ideas to life.
"It wasn't easy at the beginning. I might have a great idea... read more
Popular Black Wood Mirrors
Hand Made Reverse Painted Glass Mirror, "Black Star"$87.99
The wondrous and colorful art of Cajamarca finds reflection in this mirror, hand-painted with elaborate detail by Asunta Pelaez. The mirror is surrounded by painted glass panels radiating with golden light akin to the brightest star in the Peruvian firmament.
Fair Trade Art Javanese Hand Mirror Floral Batik on Wood, "Java Beauty"$34.99
Proud of Java's batik legacy, Gunadi presents this lovely handcrafted mirror. Experienced artisans translate traditional batik techniques unto the wadang wood, creating a lush array of red flowers - similar to hibiscus - on the brown back. Sweet beige daisies and tight geometric motifs accompany the oval hand mirror on the front.
Handcrafted Floral Wall Mirror, "Silver Blossoms"$199.99
Gleaming silver blossoms align precisely in a formal garden. Asunta Pelaez hand-paints the motifs on the reverse side of glass panes, giving them a wonderful clarity. A traditional Cajamarca handicraft, the panes frame a beautiful rectangular wall mirror intended for hanging vertically.
Contemporary Wood and Aluminum Mirror, "African Princess"$279.99
Shaped of African sese wood, this handsome mirror is adorned with aluminum repoussé. Rita Addo Zakour designs a beautiful decporative accessory with Ghanaian flair. "This would be perfect for a royal home," she says. "I want anyone who uses it to feel like royalty."