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the Giulia convex mirror

In Mirrors by Mark Evans

The Giulia convex mirror is composed of golden Venetian glass rods floating over a wedge of gilded clear resin. The tips of the rays are embellished with rough amber African beads that I have varnished to make them gem-like. They are topped with Venetian glass, gilded beads. The inner ring around the mirror is studded with sardonix spheres. The Giulia …

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the Isabella convex mirror

In Mirrors by Mark Evans

The Isabella convex mirror is a blend of crystal and champagne/gold colors. Layers of Venetian glass rods lead to points embellished with both smooth and faceted quartz and citrine. Clear glass cabochons finish the design. The Isabellas convex mirror is about 13 inches in diameter. It hangs in my studio pending being shipped to one of my showrooms. Jewelry for …

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the Kaiserin convex mirror

In Mirrors by Mark Evans

The Kaiserin convex mirror is all about the color silver. The shimmer, depth and reflective quality are timeless. The frame was gilded roughly with silver leaf. Clear Venetian glass rods were layered on top with the silver leaf creating a back-lighting effect. Occasionally a very pale blue glass rod was placed to accent the cool nature of silver. Clear crystal …

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the Cleopatra convex mirror

In Mirrors by Mark Evans

The Cleopatra convex mirror is composed of layers of shades of emerald green Venetian rods. The tips of the rays are spheres of green onyx and dark quartz crystal. The Cleopatra convex mirror is around 10.5 inches in diameter. It is hanging in my studio pending being shipped to one of my showrooms. Jewelry for Walls! The Cleopatra convex mirror …

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the Glaucus convex mirror

In Mirrors by Mark Evans

The Gaucus convex mirror is part of a series based on the colors of bodies of water or the myths associated with them. Glaucus is made of a rich combination of blues, grays and green Venetian glass rods resulting in a deep teal color. The ends of the rays are topped with rough African recycled beads that have been polished …

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the Emilie convex mirror

In Mirrors by Mark Evans

The Emilie convex mirror is a relative to my Adele mirror. But Emilie is unique. The half dome mirror is surrounded by spikes of rock crystal quartz points. Some very clear and some with a hint of smoke. The mirror had a trim of clear cabochons. Emilie is about 10 inches in diameter. It hangs in my studio pending being …

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the Loire convex mirror

In Mirrors by Mark Evans

The Loire convex mirror is a continuation of my series based on rivers, oceans and other bodies of water. Its always fascinating to see how varied the blues, greens and grays are when you really look. The Loire convex mirror is thickly stacked with clear, teal, gray and cobalt Venetian glass rods. The “rays” of the mirror are recycled, rough …

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the Tiepolo convex mirror

In Mirrors by Mark Evans

The Tiepolo convex mirror is primarily clear and pale peach/pink Venetian glass rods stacked on top of a silver leafed star shaped frame. The layers of glass are “back-lit” by the reflective quality of the silver. The Tiepolo convex mirror is about 24 inches in diameter. It is being shipped to KRB in New York City. Call 212.288.2221 for more …

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the Triton convex mirror

In Mirrors by Mark Evans

The Triton convex mirror started as a gold leafed frame. I added a rim of emerald green glass nuggets and Venetian glass rods. The rays are fluorite, a green/blue translucent mineral. Fluorite can also be banded in purple and white( known as “Blue John”). The Triton convex mirror is around 15 inches in diameter. It currently hangs in my studio …

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the Tannhauser convex mirror

In Mirrors by Mark Evans

The Tannhauser convex mirror is composed of a frame gilded with silver and gold leaf, Venetian glass rods and tiger eye points and spheres The mirror is a true half dome giving the frame an almost 3D effect. I’ve always loved tiger eye not only because of the silky maple color but specially the chatoyancy( an optical effect providing an …

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the Justinian II convex mirror

In Mirrors by Mark Evans

The Justinian II convex mirror is a revision of a previous mirror I designed. It features a thick surface of bronze, amber and topaz Venetian glass. I have added glass and resin cabochons in a range of sizes. Lots of them. After all, more is more. The Justinian II convex mirror is about 23.5 inches in diameter. Soon it will …

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the Delphinus convex mirror

In All, Mirrors by Mark Evans

The Delphinus convex mirror is a classic shape that has been encrusted with teal/gray Venetian glass rods and hand-cast “jewels”. The Delphinus convex mirror is about 10.5 inches in diameter. It resides in my studio pending being shipped to one of my showrooms. Jewelry for Walls! The Delphinus convex mirror is named for one of the smallest constellations in the …

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the Bianca convex mirror

In Mirrors by Mark Evans

The Bianca convex mirror started with a hexagon gold frame loaded with renaissance inspired decorative detail and transforms it using Venetian glass rods and glass spheres. The original detailing is optically distorted into something more stylized. Surrounding the frame are unusual ovoid shaped rock crystal quartz. The Bianca convex mirror is about 9.5 inches in diameter. It is hanging in …

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the Charlus convex mirror

In Mirrors by Mark Evans

The Charlus convex mirror is definitely inspired by the Belle Epoque era of the late nineteenth century in Europe. From the unusual octagon shape to the opulent use of rock crystal quartz, citrine, gold metal gilding and Venetian glass, the Charlus convex mirror is over-the-top but comes in a modestly sized package. The Charlus mirror is about 7 inches in …

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the Ombré convex mirror

In Mirrors by Mark Evans

The Ombré convex mirror is composed of a gold, gilt frame that has three distinct layers. I applied layers of thin Venetian glass rods to create an ombré effect. Ombré is a term that can be described as one color fading or transitioning into another. The Ombré convex mirror measures about 13 inches in diameter. It is being delivered to …

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the Lorenzo convex mirror

In Mirrors by Mark Evans

The Lorenzo convex mirror started as a round plastic frame(!). The shape was good but I had to fill the back cavity with resin to give it solidity and heft. Gold leaf then antiqued to take the glitz off( but not too much, lol). I found gorgeous spheres of Feldspath Apatite in rich blue/green/bronze colors and used two sizes. I …

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the Cosimo convex mirror

In Mirrors by Mark Evans

The Cosimo convex mirror is a combination of gold and crystal. An antique oval frame was stripped and gilded by me then the inner concave curved was loaded with clear Venetian glass rods. The mirror itself was executed in white gold. Quartz rock crystals were used as the rays of the sunburst. The Cosimo convex mirror measures about 21 inches …

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the Priam convex mirror

In All, Mirrors by Mark Evans

The Priam convex mirror is rich in gold tones. From the Venetian glass rods to the yellow jade teardrops and the faceted bronze glass spheres the result is sumptuous. The Priam convex mirror is about 10 inches in diameter. It resides in my studio pending being shipped to one of my showrooms. Jewelry for Walls! Priam was the King of …

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the Hephaestus convex mirror

In Mirrors by Mark Evans

The Hephaestus convex mirror is a rich combination of gold/bronze tinted Venetian glass rods, gold leaf and a generous scattering of pyrite spheres and cabochons. I like the combination of transparency and flash with an earthy element. The Hephaestus convex mirror measures about 16 inches in diameter. It hangs in my studio pending being shipped to one of my showrooms. …

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the Aegean convex mirror

In Mirrors by Mark Evans

The Aegean convex mirror started life as a well shaped hard plastic(!) frame that I back-filled with clear resin to give heft and solidity. After lacquering it a deep blue I stacked three shades of blue Venetian glass rods into the crevices of the frame. I attached lapiz-lazuli and quartz rock crystal spheres to the tips of the rays. Blue …