This reproduction mirror is based on Thomas Jefferson's description of an oval example he acquired in France for use by his daughter Martha Randolph. Jefferson gave his daughter an oval mirror, a marble top commode or chest of drawers, and a French bedstead, the foundation of the furniture she would need when she eventually wed. This oval mirror hangs in Martha Randolph's room at Monticello.
Using traditional 18th century production techniques the frame is made from handcrafted solid wood. A gold gilded metal finish with a red rub is then applied. Made in the U.S.A. 36"h x 24"w.
About the Manufacturer:
Since 1903, Friedman Brothers has been the World's premier creator of custom handcrafted decorative wall art for elegant interior design settings. Friedman Brothers products are found in some of the most prestigious locations around the World, including the halls of The Vatican and The White House. From private residences to World-class hotels, interior designers use Friedman products to enhance the prestige and elegance of their projects.