The Daughter of the Night convex mirror is on the small size( about 10.25 inches in diameter) but carries a lot of dazzle. I used stacks of thin Venetian glass rods then sprinkled the top with glass cabochons. The tips have rough rock crystal with spheres.
Hoowee, when I named this mirror Daughter of the Night I was thinking of my previous mirror, Queen of the Night. But when I researched what daughter of the night goddess I found that the mythology is way more ominous than I anticipated.
In Greek mythology Nyx was the goddess of the Night, and working with her husband, Erebus (Darkness), would bring a close to each day. Nyx was considered to be a dark goddess, and as a result, many “dark”, deities of the Greek pantheon were named as her children. Nyx had 1,000 daughters. Their names/attributes are pretty grim. Eris was the goddess of Strife and Discord. Nemisis was the goddess of Retribution and Oizys was the goddess of Misery and Destruction!
Go to https://www.greeklegendsandmyths.com/children-of-nyx.html for more