The Adnet Rectangular Wall Mirror combines Jacques Adnet's innovative vision with fine design details, realised in black or tan leather.
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Adnet was among the first to use leather in his accessory designs, creating a unique design language that reflects his innovative approach.
The frame of the mirror is studded with burnished brass rivets, giving it a characteristic detail, and is available in a choice of black or tan leather.
Combining the warmth of the material with a simple design, the Adnet Rectangular Wall Mirror makes for a decorative and functional accessory in the hallway, bedroom or bathroom.
Also available is the Adnet Circular Wall Mirror.
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