the Tebaldo convex mirror

In Mirrors by Mark Evans

The Tebaldo convex mirror displays a minimal design using extravagant materials. The frame is gilded with gold metal leaf and the inner ring is stacked with a mosaic of clear Venetian glass rods. The frame is surrounded by a series of large rock quartz crystal points.

The Tebaldo convex mirror measures around 22.5 inches in diameter. It currently graces the walls of my studio pending being shipped to one of my showrooms.

Jewelry for Walls!

the Battle of San Romano by Paolo Uccello, 1438-1440

Tibaldo (Tybalt) is a character in William Shakespeare’s play “Romeo and Juliet.” He is Juliet’s cousin and a skilled swordsman. While Tybalt is not typically considered a dynamic character in the traditional sense, meaning he doesn’t undergo significant personal growth or change, his actions play a crucial role in the development of the story. Tybalt’s aggressive and hot-headed nature leads to conflicts, particularly with Romeo, which ultimately drive the tragic events of the play. His actions set off a chain of events that lead to the deaths of Mercutio and Tybalt himself, as well as Romeo and Juliet’s banishment, all of which contribute to the tragedy of the story. So, while Tybalt doesn’t change as a character, his actions significantly impact the overall narrative.

Thanks you Literature Life for the above: couldn’t have said it better.

Portrait of a Young Man by Uccello, 1450