CONISTON LARGE ROUND MIIROR - MATTHEW HILTON
Coniston mirror is named after Coniston Water in England's Lake District, the timber frame recalling the land that encircles the reflective lake. Coniston features joinery invented by Matthew Hilton, which can only be achieved with CNC machinery. The joinery adds a beautiful decorative detail, while increasing the long grain to long grain bonds for greater stability. The mirror can be hung in two orientations - there is no top or bottom, allowing the user to choose their preferred orientation according to the unique wood grain on every piece.
W113 x D4 x H113 cm
SPECIFICATION - Available in American black walnut finished with a Danish oil or American white oak finished with a Danish oil or a white oil. Coniston hangs flat against the wall with a secure yet invisible hanging system.