The Perseus convex mirror is made like a piece of jewelry. Thin rods of Venetian glass are stacked to create depth and shimmer. I used gold, straw and warm gray glass. Also featured are bronze glass faceted beads that shoot shards of light. I used golden tiger eye to complete the look.
The Perseus convex mirror is around 11.25 inches in diameter and is going to be placed in the Ainsworth-Noah showroom in Atlanta.
Jewelry for walls!
The Perseus mirror is named after the mythical demi-god Perseus. He was the slayer of the dreaded Medusa and the hero of the princess Andromeda.
For more go to https://www.ancient.eu/Perseus/
Let us not forget the plethora of movies based on the Perseus legend.