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Turn your home into a castle with this striking Gothic mirror. Made of wood and glass with a natural finish, this mirror is sure to become a gorgeous feature of your garden for years to come. When mounted on a fence or wall, this mirror looks just like a real window peering into another garden, adding the illusion of depth to smaller gardens.
This striking mirror has been built with a sturdy wooden frame and uses real glass for the reflective surface. The use of real glass achieves a far clearer reflection, making the illusion created by the mirror even more realistic. Glass is a sturdy material which is more resistant to scuffs and other surface damage than acrylic, helping to keep the reflection truer for longer. Both wood and glass can be left to age over time, forming a beautiful patina which not only helps the mirror to blend into your garden but also emphasises the ancient, historic aesthetic.
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Reviewed Thursday, 1 November 2018
"I love it! xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"
Reviewed Monday, 1 October 2018
"Very nicely made and should last for years"
Reviewed Monday, 3 September 2018
"Daughter hasn't used it yet but it certainly looks very nice and she can't wait to put on her new wall in her garden."
Reviewed Tuesday, 29 May 2018
"The mirror is perfect. Good quality and easy to hang. It creates a "monastic" feel to the top of our upward slopping garden reflecting the the plants and arch in front of it."
Reviewed Sunday, 27 May 2018
"Just right to put behind the statue"
Reviewed Wednesday, 2 May 2018
"Well made, good quality and make a good garden feature."
Reviewed Saturday, 7 April 2018
"Nice size and well made. Survived the 'beast from the east!'"
Reviewed Monday, 5 March 2018
"Perfect,just a the picture showed."
Reviewed Sunday, 15 October 2017
"Well impressed! Prompt arrival and fit nicely into our garden."
Reviewed Tuesday, 26 September 2017