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The Sunburst Carved Chestnut Luxury Mirror takes the iconic, intricately carved, sunburst motif from Baroque style and breathes fresh new life into it by offering elegance and precision to cutting edge contemporary design.
This mirror frame has been constructed from 100% solid mango wood finished in a chestnut finish with a carved sunburst pattern surrounding the round shaped mirror.
100% Solid Wood
Crafted By Hand
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This product is made using sustainable resources under certified commercial plantation programme.
This product complies with the eco friendly treatment as the pest control used on the timber is environmental safe, this is called Bi-flex.
As part of UK's Waste Packaging Regulations, this product has a waste packaging component of 2.5 kg.
Timber: Avoid placing your furniture under direct sunlight and/or near radiators. Also, occasionally polish the non-painted furniture parts with bees wax to retain sheen and for longer lifespan.
This product is handcrafted in socially compliant factories under responsible working conditions and welfare of the artisan’s health and safety.
This product is handmade to comply with safety features when displayed or used under normal working conditions.
All weight and dimensions might vary from the given specifications as all products are handcrafted individually. This furniture piece is exclusively handcrafted using 100% solid fruit-wood with no veneers or laminate whatsoever hence features like grain patterns, knots, minor movements or variations are natural occurrences and should not be treated as defects.