A highly ornate decorative French 18th Century Girondelle Mirror.
It is an exact replica of one that I photographed in a customers house. The details are as close to the original as possible and the size is reduced to 12th scale but could be used for 24th scale.
The mirror with the candle sticks is made from alloy metal (not resin as shown in the photo) and is fairly easy to assemble.
4.2cm wide x 7.5cm high The acrylic mirror is a tight fit and the edges may need a little sanding.
Ideal above a Console table or fireplace.
Every detail has been copied and the kit allows you plenty of scope to reproduce to the original which was wood and gilt or be more adventurous and paint it in colours of your choice such as gilt and black or cream and black.
The mirror supplied is plastic and has a protective film that when removed reveals a bright relective surface. To glue the mirror into position use a small amount of super glue or back the mirror with paper and allow the edges of the paper to overhang so they glue down onto the rear frame of the mirror.
DIY KIT 18th C. small French Girondelle Mirror
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)