Hand Painted Mirrors(84 items)
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Featured Reviews on Hand Painted Mirrors
This mirror is so beautiful and is just what I would have loved to bring home from Peru myself if Id been able to put something so precious in my backpack! Thank you for the opportunity to purchase such an amazing piece of art.
I have this hanging up in my living room and it is even more beautiful in person than in the picture. I get a lot of compliments on the mirror when I have guests over
Gliseria Soto Reverse painted glass and hand-carved wall mirrors
"My husband and I were blessed eight beautiful children. They are my reason for being, my motivation to go on."
Popular Hand Painted Mirrors
Bronze Gilded Reverse-Painted Glass Wood Wall Mirror, "Sunny Arrangement"$129.99
Crafted by hand, accents of mohena wood and petite mirrors evoke sun rays. Peruvian artisan Gliseria Soto creates this wall mirror, which is crafted in the traditional style of colonial arts. Panels of reverse-painted glass display blue flower motifs around the round mirror in the center.
Turquoise Floral Reverse-Painted Glass Wall Mirror from Peru, "Turquoise Colonial Wreath"$29.99
Expert in the Peruvian art of reverse painted glass, Asunta Pelaez creates a wall mirror of antiqued elegance. She hand-paints the mirror frame with floral motifs, creating a weathered illusion accentuated by aged silver and turquoise hues.
White and Gold Floral Reverse-Painted Glass Wall Mirror, "Floral White"$79.99
A pure white field blooms with the subtle movements of blue and pink flowers, their scalloped outlines bordered in gilded splendor. The work requires intense patience, as Asunta Pelaez executes the composition on the reverse side of glass panes. Reflecting the artistic traditions of Cajamarca, Peru, this wall mirror offers a luminous accent to any decor.
Bronze Leaf Accented Reverse-Painted Glass Wall Mirror, "Cusco Primrose"$124.99
This breathtaking wall mirror is the design of Gliseria Soto in Peru. She combines the time-honored art form of reverse-painted glass with the gilded aesthetic of the Cusco colonial school. The frame is crafted of wood and embellished with lustrous bronze leaf. Surrounding the small oval mirror are panes of glass with pretty pink flowers painted on their reverse sides.