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Mirror, Mirror

The fairest of them all, from Rajasthani rustic to gilded whimsy



RAJASTHANI MIRROR, (above) mango wood, handcrafted in Jodhpur, 30" x 48", $549; at wisteria.com 

 

BEVEL RECTANGULAR MIRROR, all-glass mirror, also available in square, 30" x 42", $399; at potterybarn.com

 

WELLS ROUND MIRROR, iron windowpane frame, 36" diameter, $229.99; at allmodern.com

 

UPTON MIRROR, pinewood frame with mahogany stain, 40" square, $299; at potterybarn.com

 

TALITHA FLOOR MIRROR, hand-stamped nickel-plated metal on wood, 40" x 80", $2,250; at jonathanadler.com

 

JOELLE MIRROR in Polished Brass, also available in Silver and Oiled Bronze, 38" x 31", $1,700; at mecox.com

 

PIROUETTE MIRROR, in bronze-colored iron, includes hanging hardware, 28" diameter, $248; at anthropologie.com

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