The use of archival artifacts, in this case the French rolling pin, creates a wonderful primitive diamond mirror. The repeated use of the French pin results in a handcrafted wood mirror made from recycled hardwoods, typically boxwood or beech-wood.
Re purposing artifacts creates something new and fresh in home decor. From a humble wooden rolling pin which is used to prepare dough for baking, that does not have handles, an artifact mirror is made. The term “French Pin” is generally given to one of two types of pins, either a tapered or a straight rolling pin.
Enjoy the casual mid-century aspect of this rhombus mirror.
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