Botanical mandala made entirely of preserved flowers, leaves, goldleaf, peacock feather tendrils, and butterfly wings on a gold/brass toned metal vintage framed mirror with beautiful art deco design (~1960's). One of a kind! Approx. 11.25" x 9.25" in. 

 

All materials on this piece are :

- Ethically sourced

- Hand-picked and preserved

- Sealed to protect against weathering, aging, and color fade.

 

~*~*~Angel Mirror~*~*~

Serving as a portal for angelic light, this angel vintage mirror is perfect as a tray for special objects, or hung easily on a wall. It emanates a feeling of serenity, inspiration, and gentleness. May these feelings resonate and expand through your home and space, bringing dreams of angel realms and divine love. 

 

This vintage framed mirror (~1960's) was hand-selected and re-purposed by me. The mirror is speckled from its original maker, adding a feeling of age and story. Glass is hand-cut for this specific design and was carefully and lovingly put together to create this unique piece. All plants and wings are glued directly onto mirror and then covered with a piece of glass for protection and shine!

 

This piece contains lavender, pansy, fern, angel's breath, german statice flower, sea oats, eucalyptus, peacock feather tendrils, goldleaf, and the wings of a king of swords butterfly (Pathysa androcles).

 

This butterfly was purchased from a conservation-focused butterfly sanctuary. These beautiful creatures were collected after passing away naturally, and are now honored and cherished forever.

 

Please read the Care Instruction section for more info!

 

~Each piece that I make is created in an intentional, devotional space. I sit with the plants and create whatever my inner vision directs me to. This is my sacred practice, and it is suffused with magic and love!~

Angel Mirror

$150.00 Regular Price
$120.00Sale Price
  • -Not for outdoor placement, keep indoors to avoid water damage.-

    Best to keep away from direct sunlight, as the plants will fade over time if placed in a window! The fading of plants is natural and does not take away from their beauty, but rather reminds us of the constant change in life. If you are okay with this, then a window is fine. But keep in mind--the colors will stay long if kept away from direct strong light.