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This beautiful 1920s Arts & Crafts mirror is designed by Oscar Bach. It is made of cast iron in an openwork design with ornate, neo gothic elements.


The mirror measures 34"H x 0.5" D x 24.50"W.


Oscar Bruno Bach (Breslau, Germany, 1884 - New York, NY, 1957) "German born craftsman Oscar Bruno Bach was one of the most technically skilled and commercially successful figures in the field of decorative metalwork during the first half of the 20th century. His design and production ranged from small and domestic to grand-scale architectural. His style was as diverse as his use of metals and included Arts & Crafts, Gothic, Renaissance, Spanish Baroque, Tudor Revival, and, on occasion, modern Art Deco. Thematically he was particularly fond of the zodiac, of lush scrolling grapevines, classical masks, mythological symbols and elements of the Italianate and Germanic grotesque. Oscar Bach's work can be found in the permanent collections of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Minneapolis Museum of Art, The Wolfsonian, and Reynolda House."


  • Creator
    Oscar Bruno Bach (Artist)
  • Of the Period
    Arts and Crafts
  • Place of Origin
    United States
  • Date of Manufacture
    circa 1920
  • Period
    Early 20th Century
  • Materials and Techniques
  • Condition
    See Condition Descriptions
  • Condition Details
    Some paint residue on the surface. (see photos)
  • Wear
    Wear consistent with age and use.
  • Dimensions
    H 34 in. x W 24.50 in. x D .50 in.H 86.36 cm x W 62.23 cm x D 1.27 cm

1920s Arts & Crafts Parlour Mirror by Oscar Bach

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