Lemon Taffy Mirror – A Contemporary Wall Mirror in Carved and Painted Hard Maple

2014 January 5
by David

Here’s the fourth custom wall mirror from a grouping of four handmade mirrors in bright retro colors that I completed and sold recently.  This one is carved Vermont grown sugar maple with yellow paint.  The maple I used for this mirror is FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified sustainably harvested.  I can make these contemporary mirrors in custom sizes and custom colors, and in other woods by request.

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Lemon Taffy Mirror, carved and painted FSC Vermont sugar maple, 15.5″ high x 12″ wide x 2″ deep. Copyright 2013 David Hurwitz, All rights reserved. Photo: Jack Rowell

 

Special thanks to Jack Rowell for his expertise in photographing the new mirrors.

 

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