Venetian Style Lilium Mirror
Craftsmanship and Made in Italy
Venetian Style mirrors are Arte Veneziana’s pride and joy. There are some simple tips to recognise a Venetian style mirror; the beautiful floral engravings or rich mythological and bucolic scenes.
The most famous characters are the typical engraved curl finishings together with the depiction of Bacco, Justice or the well-know Venetian Eighteenth-century Dama and Cavaliere. Crystal colored Murano decorative flowers, leaves, twisted ropes and multicoloured glass paste rosettes embellish each Venetian mirror. The result is a unique item comparable to a work of art for craftsmanship and excellence in its execution.
Last but not least: do not worry if the mirror's decorations seem badly fixed. Our master artisans preserve the historical tradition in avoiding to fix the glass parts. In fact leaving those parts mobile and tying them with an iron wire is the correct procedure both to respect Venetian roots and above all, to avoid damage and breakage of the glass.
Handmade Luxury Mirror with Crest
Lilium Venetian Style Mirror
Handmade Gold Painted Decor and Murano Glass Decorations
Structure made of wood with walnut finishing.
Central glass with medium antique mirrored finish.
Frame made of glass with medium antique mirrored finish.
Handmade gold painted floral motif decorations.
Decorative leaves, curls, rosettes and twisted ropes made of crystal and gold coloured Murano glass.
Size: W. 86 cm, H. 145 cm
Size: W. 33" 7/8, H. 57"
Fixing metal bars included
Custom made to specifications.
Typical Venetian Decor
San Giorgio Family Line
Oval Romantic Mirrors
The San Giorgio family line takes its name from the iconic San Giorgio church designed by the legendary Andrea Palladio. Just like the signature architect loved the perfect neoclassical shapes, Arte Veneziana chose to name this family line San Giorgio to celebrate the perfect oval shape of this line.
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Leo De Carlo
Leo De Carlo was born in Venice in 1972. He graduated in Industrial Design from the Milan Polytechnic in 1998. He worked for Philippe Starck in Paris from 1999 to 2003, handling furnishing, lighting, electronics and interiors projects.
He returned to Italy in 2003 and went into business on his own. He currently lives and works in Venice.