the Pollux II convex mirror

In Mirrors by Mark Evans

The Pollux II convex mirror is a celebration of all the colors of gold comprised of a gold leafed frame embellished with layers of Venetian glass rods, clear resin cabochons and, specially, mirrored large resin cabochons that seem to “float” around the edges of the frame.

The Pollux II convex mirror measures a little more than 22 inches in diameter, It is being shipped to my St Louis venue, B. Davis Design. Call 314-822-2221 for more.

Jewelry for Walls!

The story of Castor and Pollux is a wild one even by Greek mythology standards.  Their mother was Leda who was made love to by Zeus in the form of a swan(!).  She was impregnated by another man and had the twins who were born via an egg(!).  Pollux’s father was Zeus so he was a demi-god. Castor was born a mortal.

For more go to

Fagan, Robert; Castor and Pollux; National Trust, Attingham Park;
Silver Greek coin depicting Castor & Pollux circa 400-350 BC.