Our Algiers mirror is a stately piece standing 1.5 metres high. It gives a nod to all thing regal from the Dutch colonial era and their adventures in the far east.

“The symbolism of pineapples as a symbol of wealth and hospitality can be traced back to the colonial era. During this time, pineapples were considered a luxury item and were often served to impress guests. They were also to signal that the homeowner was a person of wealth and status.”

Hand carved from plantation grown mango timber and finished in either gold leaf or our signature mud grey which pairs back with our timber and rattan collections.


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