Artistic tradition

Venetian style Sleeping Beauty mirror

Craftsmanship hand Made in Italy

The absurd, the exaggerated, the maximalism of the openly Camp atmospheres combined with the evocative journey into the world of fairy tales revisited in a Baroque style.

These are the ingredients of Fairy Tales, the third Capsule designed by Leo De Carlo and created by Arte Veneziana. The undisputed protagonist is the mirror, painstakingly handmade that responds to the rule of excess. More is more.

This is how Frog Prince, Little Mermaid and Sleeping Beauty were born, hyper-engraved, hyper-decorated unique pieces made in colours that wink at fashion and are well suited to minimal or eclectic interiors: environments in which the search for the magical piece is king.

Handmade luxury mirror with crest

Sleeping Beauty venetian style mirror

Handmade engravings and Murano glass decorations

Materials

Structure made of fir wood with antique black finish.

Mirror made of two levels, Venetian engraved glass with strawberry red varnished and medium antiqued mirrored finish.

Decorative leaves, curls and rosettes made of crystal-red colored Murano glass.

Twisted ropes made of crystal colored Murano Glass.

Magic mirror on the wall, who is the fairest one of all?
The Evil Queen

Technical info

Size: W. 70 cm, H. 102 cm

Size: W. 27" 1/2, H. 40" 1/8

Code: MVX-LDC-106-35

Fixing metal bars included

Custom to specification

Note

The color may slightly differ from the image as varnishing is an artisanal process.

The Sleeping Beauty mirror can also be made in other colours. The color palette is made entirely by hand and follows an artisanal process, that’s why colours will never be perfectly identical to the images shown below. These images must be taken into consideration only as an inspiration for the selected nuance.

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LEO DE CARLO / DESIGNER

Leo De Carlo

Product Designer

Venezia

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.

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