Sunday September 27, 2020

The fairest mirrors of them all

Kate Fine’s handcrafted mirrors may reflect (as indeed they ought to), be predominantly rectangular in shape and can be hung on a wall, but therein ends their similarity with the conventional looking glass.

22nd September, 2007

Kate Fine’s handcrafted mirrors may reflect (as indeed they ought to), be predominantly rectangular in shape and can be hung on a wall, but therein ends their similarity with the conventional looking glass.

Fun, often witty, and thoroughly of the moment, the innovative Irish designer’s pieces are as much artwork as they are accessories. Wherever they are hung, her mirrors tend to make a bold design statement rather than blend discreetly into the...

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