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Byron Gold Brass Plate Mirror

Sale price$295.00

Together with the pajaritos pedestal candle holder, we were also drawn to the stunning Byron Mirror. Originally situated in Byron's personal bathroom, this piece is an exact reproduction of the mirror as intended, maintaining its original size and shape. Crafted in gold and silver, the mirrors have a rustic and imperfect finish that will develop a beautiful patina over time, further enhancing their allure.

SM: 14.5" W x 27" H
LG: 18" W x 31.5" H

Dust periodically. 

Gene Byron, a Canadian-born artist, relocated to Guanajuato in the mid-1950s and began creating striking brutalist pieces. Her work gained widespread acclaim during the 1960s and 70s, and she continued to be celebrated until her passing in 1987.

The Gene Byron House Museum, originally a 17th-century silver and gold beneficiation hacienda, has evolved into a vibrant cultural center. Acquired and renovated by Gene Byron and her husband, Dr. Virgilio Fernández del Real, between 1960 and 1962, the property transitioned from their residence to an invaluable museum. Our Gene Byron pieces are estate-authorized reproductions of her original designs. 

Made in Guanajuato
Brass plates are widely utilized in Mexico for a variety of purposes, including the craft of "holajateria." This involves using dies and hammers to shape and blind emboss tin, brass, copper, and other metals to create intricate patterns and details. The resulting pieces are then soldered together to form larger and often magnificent compositions.

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