Art Decò Style Clotilde Mirror
Craftsmanship and Made in Italy
Artistic engravings on mirrors receive a big boost due to Futuristic, Neoclassic, Modernist and Cubist movements. Early Twenties to Forties are a rich and flourishing period in art, jewelry and society. This is the beautiful period called Art Decò.
Handmade Art Decò mirrors are made of clean lines, strips and thumbnails. The peculiarity of these kind of mirrors is that they can be hung in both vertical and horizontal orientation.
Handmade luxury mirror
Clotilde Déco style mirror
Hand bevelled decorative glass frames
Structure made of wood with silver antiqued leafed edges.
Central part made of bevelled glass with medium antique mirrored finish.
Frame made of bevelled glass tiles with medium antique mirrored finish and with thumbnail-shaped etchings.
Straight and crossed lines
French style furniture with a minimal approach
Tour Eiffel furniture collection due its name to one of the most famous architectural symbols of the world. Arte Veneziana chose to name this collection Tour Eiffel because the main design and etchings recalls the straight line of this famous building.
This French style inspired line is made of different pieces of furniture that has in common straight lines that reminds crosses and a particular finishing called thumbnail bevelling. This kind of work is an artistic bevelling that enrich and better decorates each kind of mirrored furniture.
This collection is the best choice for people who loves clean lines and a French revisited style.
Tour Eiffel Decor
Handmade thumbnail beveling
An artistic technique
The handmade thumbnail beveling is a very particular and artistic way to bevel. Arte Veneziana glass masters use bigger wheels than the ones they uses to engrave the glass.
This is the real different between etching and artistic bevelling. And one more thing: the thumbnail beveling is done on the glass surface instead of the background.