The l’Etoile convex mirror frame is made of wood that has been re-finished and gilded in gold leaf. Hundreds of Venetian glass pieces in crystal clear line the frame, inside and out. Two tiers of quartz crystal points create a starburst.
“l’Etoile” is French for star.
This mirror is about 16 inches in diameter. It is being shipped to our Atlanta showroom, Ainsworth-Noah. If you are interested contact Dennis Hunt at 404-231-8787.
The l’Etoile mirror on its custom-made plexiglass stand. It can also be mounted on a wall.
The Pleiades star cluster( or Seven Sisters)in the Taurus constellation. They are among the most visible stars in the night sky.
The Place de l’Etoile ( Charles de Gaulle) which has the Arc de Triumphe at its center. Twelve straight avenues radiate from the Arc.
Stars in your eyes courtesy of Ingres’ portrait of Madame Marcotte de Sainte-Marie painted in 1826.
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The richness of the interior of Basilica San Vitale in Ravenna is truly mind boggling. All the mosaics are executed in the Hellenistic-Roman tradition: lively and imaginative, with rich colors and a certain perspective, and with a vivid depiction of the landscape, plants and birds. And the gold!