• Redmile Mirrors

    Two Octagonal brass framed bevelled glass mirrors with inset horn and ebonised wood surround, by Antony Redmile. Circa 1970.

    Selling from his shop at 73 Pimlico Road in the 1960’s and 70’s, designer J. Antony Redmile was inspired by the eclectic collecting of the Victorian and Edwardian eras. He was best known for his extravagant designs that stood out through his use of unusual materials such as antlers, ostrich eggs, shell, cow horn and bone in his furniture. House and Garden magazine once described him as ‘the most original, prolific and fantastical designer in Britain.’ His clients included Rod Stewart, Princess Margaret, Jacqueline Onassis and Joan Collins. He even designed the objets d’art for the cruise ship, Norway.

    Dimensions: 57cm/22½ inches (width) x 57cm/22½ inches (height) x 5 cm/2 inches (depth)

    Price: £3200 each

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