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Product Image Classic Vintage Leather Blinder Equestrian Mirror

Classic Vintage Leather Blinder Equestrian Mirror

$225.00

FEATURED IN Equistyle Magazine and Horse & Style Magazine.

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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