Pierre Chapo D07B mirror in elm. Here we have a Pierre Chapo mirror model type D07B. It is an exquisite piece that epitomizes the timeless beauty of craftsmanship. Among the three available sizes, this middle-sized mirror showcases the perfect balance between functionality and aesthetic appeal.
Constructed from solid elm wood, its durability is matched only by its remarkable visual appeal.What truly sets this mirror apart is the meticulous attention to detail in its construction. The wooden pieces are seamlessly connected on the corners using bridle joints, ensuring both structural integrity and an elegant aesthetic. Additionally, four mortise and tenon joints further enhance its stability, attesting to the superior craftsmanship employed in its creation.The mirror's wood bears a captivating patina, imbuing it with a sense of history and character. The natural drawings and patterns of the elmwood are beautifully preserved, adding depth and uniqueness to this remarkable piece.One cannot help but be captivated by the mirror's distinctive design. The miter sawn edges, which elegantly taper outward on the sides while curving inward on the top and bottom, create a mesmerizing trompe l'oeil effect. This clever visual trickery engages the viewer, offering an intriguing and dynamic perspective.
The condition is good but one small edge seems to been miter sawn in the other direction as well. We don’t know if that was intended but it definitely has no influence on the look and feel of the piece.