The art of filigree is deeply embedded in Portugal’s history and culture, and Boca do Lobo came up with a new round mirror that pays homage to this technique. Being Portugal one of the few countries that still treasure this meticulous craftsmanship, it is obvious that the value of the pieces made with this technique is certainly remarkable.
Boca do Lobo loves to honor ancient crafts because it adds up an extra special worth to their gems, and this time the design brand started off the year with a brand new filigree creation, the Ring Filigree round wall mirror, a perfect furniture piece for your luxury master bedroom.
This wall round mirror is just one of the countless Boca do Lobo’s brilliant creations of this remarkable technique. Born during the Roman period and passed down through generations of skilled artisans, Portugal now counts only with 12 craftsmen that master this craft. There are a lot of items conceived by machines naming it as filigree, but then there are things that engines will never be able to do.
When you think about this technique, you don’t think about a big round mirror, you think about a small jewelry piece. It’s such a meticulous technique of which its handmade items take an understandable time to be completed but the final result is absolutely mesmerizing and something so unique that will add up a special touch to the rest of your luxury furniture.
Completely handcrafted, with each brass cord fitted with precision, this piece flourishes in a traditional homage to Portuguese culture and commitment, like a jewel that reflects eternal beauty when it is contemplated. The large round mirror‘s edge is made of brass cords gilded in 18k gold, conceiving an exquisite gold round frame which elevates any setting into world-class interiors.
Used to work metals such as gold and silver, this Portuguese artistic technique consists of twisted fine lines of these materials in order to create motifs with exquisite threaded-patterns. Boca do Lobo took this concept to a whole different level and created big-scaled limited edition pieces.
Take a look at the other mirror made by this technique, notice the characteristics that flow outside of this mirror’s frame and how incredibly detailed every single string is worked on.