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Tremeau Mirror

A tremeau mirror is a wall mirror (sometimes refered to as a pier mirror) that was manufactured in France in the later 18th century. The mirror was almost invariably rectangular with a decorative carving or painted scene being the dominant feature of the mirror. Its design was aimed to sit between two windows and would often copy the shape of the window.

 

This 12th scale mirrors is supplied with mirror (acrylic) and a selection of prints. The whole frame measures approx. 7cm wide x 12.5cm high. The actual mirror measures 4cm x 5.5cm.

 

The mirror will be supplied unpainted ready for you to paint. Use any paint, acrylic, emulsion, spray paints, oils. If spraying you may wish to seal the mirror before applying the colour. You can seal it with a primer or even a solution of water and pva glue.

 

The mirror in the photograph that has been painted is not for sale but does show you how it could be painted. However a quick google for "tremeau mirrors" will bring up endless examples of these painted mirrors.

This item is available as a kit ready for painting.

 

 

 

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French 18th Century French Trumeau Mirror 12th scale unpainted

£8.00Price
Finish
    • French Trumeau Mirror approx. 7cm wide x 12.5cm hgh

    • Ladies wasp waist mannequin total height approx 4.5" to 5"

    • Gentlemans desk = 6.5cm high x 15.5cm wide  x 7.5cm deep.

    • Torchere = 10cm high x 4cm widest part x 2.6cm diameter on top.

    • Ladies desk = 12cm high x 10.8cm widest part x 5.5cm deep.

    • Commode by Francois Linke = 7cm high x 11cm widest part x 4.5cm deep.

    • Small French Console table = 6.5cm wide x 7cm high x 6.5cm wide

    • Small French table = 6.8cm high x 6.8cm wide x 3.9cm deep

    • Large french Mirror = 9cm wide x 12.5cm high (the actual oval mirror is 7cm x 5cm)

    • Large Girondelle Mirror 12cm x 6.5cm