The Bullseye was inspired by a stack of glass rosettes Natalie discovered on a buying trip years ago. She immediately thought "These would be beautiful in the corners of a mirror!" and got right to work on a design that would let them shine -the Bullseye Mirror was born. The rectangle shape came first, followed by the round, octagon and the elongated octagon. Since then, the Octagonal Bullseye Mirror has become a best seller and our most iconic design.
Mirror frames are painted wood. The standard orientation is vertical; please specify in your quote request if you would like horizontal orientation. . The 48"H mirror is outfitted with a wire for hanging and the 54"H has a two-part cleat. For indoor use only. An RT Facts Design made by hand in Kent, Connecticut.
Weight: 70 - 80 pounds, depending on dimensionsMaterials: Wood substrate and frame; glass