With the shape of a bike saddle and four abstract prongs that look like mutated bike seats, this wall mirror design by Georges Jouve is delightfully quirky.
Definitely making a statement on the wall, this mirror has an artistic, asymmetrical appeal that would complement other whimsical furnishings and funky home decor items. The protruding brass arms feature black ceramic knobs in varying shape contortions that simultaneously frame the mirror and give it the appearance of some sort of four-legged creature.
The prongs of this wall mirror design by Georges Jouve have bends in them and could potentially double as wall hooks that can be used to hang lightweight items such as toiletries, towels or additional decorative ornaments.
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