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  • $595
    Add pure romance to an entryway, mantelpiece or bedroom wall with this mirrors vintage details. The silver-leaf frame and the mirror itself are antiqued by hand for a smoky, heirloom-inspired reflection. 26 1/2" x 36". Mirror is framed in silver leaf with silver leaf rosettes. Both frame and mirror are antiqued by hand for the look of graceful age. Hangs horizontally or vertically. Mounting hardware included. Made in USA. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
  • $395
    These wooden pulleys earned their character over decades of service in village farm wells, slowly acquiring signs of wear and weathering that give each piece a unique patina. Salvaged and gently spruced, theyre displayed simply on an iron gallery stand.  Genuine vintage wooden pulley wheel, repurposed as a distinctive piece of art. No two are alike, and natural variations give each piece its one-of-a-kind character. Displayed on an iron stand with a matte-black painted finish.
  • $150
    Our reproduction of a fossil ammonite recreates this ancient natural curiosity with amazing realism. Cast by hand from concrete, it's set on an iron-and-wood museum stand.  Replica of fossilized ammonite, ancient ancestor of the squid and the chambered nautilus. Made from concrete, cast and finished by hand. Displayed on an iron-and-wood stand with a black painted finish. 13 1/2" x 7 3/4" x 18 1/4" high. Made in Vietnam.
  • $95$150
    A traditional element in the Gothic architecture of Venice, the quatrefoil is a classic tracery form whose stylized shape echoes the silhouette of a four-leaf clover. Here, artisans celebrate its venerable geometry by fashioning a quatrefoil from mango wood, simply displayed on a rustic wood and iron stand. Handcrafted of mango wood with a waxed matte finish. Displayed on a museum stand made of mango wood and antiqued iron. Felt pads on the stands base protect surfaces from scratches.