Mirrors always stand out, having the right balance between functional and aesthetic
in home decoration. During the XV century, round convex mirrors called Oeil
de Sorcière (French for “sorcerer’s eye”) were a must-have ornamental piece in the
luxurious houses of the aristocracy.
Look at the Arnolfini Portrait by Jan van Eyck or the Werl Altarpiece by Robert
Campin: these paintings really show off how such mirrors were also practical due to
their domed glass, offering to the inquiring mind the widest vision possible …
These convex mirrors are called "witches' mirrors" because they were attributed magical powers. Placed in front of a window, they allow diffusion of light inside houses.
Round Convex Mirrors Framed (set of 3)
S : Ø 43cm - M : Ø 55cm - L : Ø 69 cm
S : 16.93 inch - M : 21.65 inch - L : 27.17 inch
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