Harp shaped mid century Danish teak mirror
Vintage harp shaped Danish teak mirror.
The sculptural shape of the mirror is very typical of the modernist aesthetic of the mid-twentieth century and would look great in a room with other vintage pieces from the 1950s and 60s in whatever room of the house.
The mirror's frame is made up of three pieces of solid teak, each of which has a wonderful grain and patina.
The mirror hangs securely from a drilled holed that is reinforced with a metal plate. The mirror naturally hangs with the straight side on an angle but the straight edge can be made to hang parallel to the wall -as in the photographs- with the addition of a second screw or nail which would support the side of the frame and allow the mirror to defy gravity.
Condition: Great, the teak frame has some minor age related wear, none of which detracts from the piece. There are no blemishes on the mirror.
Width: 15½ inch / 39cm
Depth 1 inch / 2cm
Length 28 inch / 71cm