Decorative Mirrors continued 

A photo of various brass findings suitable for decorative mirrors.

 

Here is how to decorate a mirror frame using jewelry findings.


These brass ornamental findings are affixed to a flat blank frame in whatever size and shape the maker wants the decorative mirror to be. Andrea used a 3/8" thick masonite board, cut into a "doughnut" shape with its outside diameter being 8 inches and the inside diameter being 7 inches. This made mirror frames suitable for decorative wall mirrors or stand alone versions as shown.

 

A decorative mirror using a brass maple leaf stamping.

A decorative mirror using a brass leaf jewelry finding.

Here is a great example of how to decorate mirror frames using stamped brass filigree findings.

 


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