Mirror, Mirror, Tell me who is the Fairest...
Over the years, Gwen and I have attended many art and craft shows. I made this copper mirror so women at our jewelry booth would have something fun to hold and look into.
An example of the folding technique on the back. Here, you can also see more of the copper rivets I fashioned and hammered to hold things together.
In case the mirror was to break, there are a couple of semi-hidden tabs on the sides that will allow the back to be pulled out far enough so new glass can be slid in. Notice that it can also be hung on a wall, which is what we do in the house.
Hand made copper mirror. 19" x 7½" x 1¾". Personal collection.