Celtic Pocket Mirror - Four Men, Four BirdsChris Down
Celtic pocket mirror featuring art by Chris Down. Measures approximately 3 inches in diameter.
Hand-assembled in the UK. At the end of its life, this mirror can be disassembled for recycling. Contains paper, glass, metal (tin), and mylar (protective plastic sheet). The outer wrapper is made from Glassine - highly compressed paper.
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|United Kingdom, Jersey**, Guernsey**||
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About Chris DownChris Down is a self-taught artist/illustrator, who has has had over a thousand images published in more than fifty books. He is Inspired by the works of the Pre-Raphaelites, 19th century symbolists, art nouveau, late 20th century fantasy artists, 9th/10th century illuminated manuscripts and dark age craftsman. Chris originally concentrated on both Celtic art and pen and ink work for books; in 2005, he took up digital figurative painting. In 2017, the publication of the Celtic Tarot saw what Chris considers to be the culmination of 20 years worth of work and development as an artist. View more by Chris Down.
Size: 3" diameter
Source: Printed and assembled in the UK