Classic Vintage Leather Blinder Equestrian Mirror
Classic Vintage Leather Blinder Equestrian Mirror
Classic Vintage Leather Blinder Equestrian Mirror
Classic Vintage Leather Blinder Equestrian Mirror
Classic Vintage Leather Blinder Equestrian Mirror

Classic Vintage Leather Blinder Equestrian Mirror

Regular price
$155.00
Sale price
$155.00
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per 

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Crafted in the style of English campaign furniture, our leather mirrors add a touch of equestrian rustic to any environment. Found on an Amish farm in Upstate New York, this vintage leather bridle with oversized blinders has been hand-tacked around a 16-inch beveled circle mirror. The mirror hangs from a twisted black snaffle nickel bit. Original buckle detail below each blinder piece. This is a truly unique piece that any horse lover will appreciate.

DIMENSIONS:

  • Mirror: 16" diameter.
  • Leather Frame:  17” diameter x 1.75” deep. Blinders extend approximately 4 inches beyond the front of the mirror.
  • Weighs approximately 7 lbs.
  • Hanging wall hook not included. We recommend using a hand-forged iron hook to complement the rustic style of our mirrors. There are endless styles available on Etsy.
  • Free shipping anywhere in the contiguous US!

NOTE: Each piece of tack we use is uniquely found, and is well-aged and well-used. We clean, condition and touch up the leather as much as possible, but please keep in mind that it does contain some natural wear and tear, an occasional scratch or even a faint 'horsey' smell. We feel it adds to the overall character of each mirror.

Designed and handcrafted by Stephanie Reppas in her New York studio. Each of her mirrors is a unique, one-of-a-kind work of art.

CUSTOM MIRRORS:
If you’d like to provide your own horse tack (perhaps using a bridle or other leather tack that is of special significance to you), we can create a custom mirror for you. Makes a unique memento and statement piece for your home or stable. Please click HERE for details.

 

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