The European craftsmanship celebration Homo Faber is in full swing. Creativity, artisan works and art display will reside on San Giorgio Maggiore island in Venice until the end of September.
Portuguese craftsmanship is among the participants shimmering at one of the expositions. The Filigree mirror by furniture brand Boca do Lobo, the high-end piece made in the best tradition of filigree technique is a sample of exquisite artisan work. Its brass structure gilded in 18k gold and sophisticated concave shape elevate the Filigree to the rank of unique mirrors one would carefully keep in a most secret place.
At the same time, the Filigree mirror is a modern furniture design and can inspire home interior ideas. The Filigree emits female energy showcasing refinement and elegance and can be used as master bedroom ideas for creating an enigmatic atmosphere in your luxury bedroom or dressing room.
Filigree Mirror by Boca do Lobo
The art of filigree is one of the oldest jewelry making techniques known. It was born during the Roman period and preserved by the generations of medieval jewelers. Embedded in the history of Portugal, this meticulous technique forms part of Boca do Lobo’s core values contributing to the preservation of Portuguese craftsmanship. In the old days there were around 120 artisans performing filigree in Portugal, and in ten years there are only 12 filigree craftsmen. Therefore, this contribution of Boca do Lobo is valuable and, no doubt, crucial.
In the homeland of Venetian mirrors, the Filigree takes a new meaning – a tribute to European craftsmanship and the world’s heritage.
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