Timothy Oulton

Elysium Round Mirror

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£9395 £11050
Low stock - Normally delivered within 2 weeks
DESIGN

Exquisitely and painstakingly handcrafted from ancient rock crystal, the Elysium mirror transports you to another realm, a gateway to a place of perfection afforded to heroes of a mythological world. Sourced raw from the earth, the icy shards of rock crystal are selected lightly polished by hand, and fixed one by one to the Iron frame.
It takes 11 days to assemble 4,050 crystals on the round mirror, and 41 days to assemble a colossal 15,000 crystals on the tall mirror. Each mirror is a labour of love, a precise and skilled demonstration of meticulous craftsmanship using only simple tools and the touch of the craftsman’s hand.
The multi-faceted crystals disperse the light in every direction as it shines through the translucent stone, casting dramatic shapes and shadows on the wall.

Specification
SKU: TIM77736STDF
Dimensions: Dia: 100 x D18cm
Material: Mirrored glass, Rock crystals and LED strip
Hanging fixture:
Mirror shape: Round
Mirror type: Decorative
Weight: 67.9kg
Care: Glass cleaner and a dry micro-fibre cloth
Please note: This item is powered using a mains socket

Your estimated delivery time: 2 weeks
Once you have placed your order, we will contact you to arrange delivery.

Delivery charge: £29

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*Some items may require assembly if using this service.

We deliver to UK Mainland only

Please note: there are some out of area postcodes where delivery may take a little longer. If you’d like more information, speak to our sales team on 0333 010 2352 or email us

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