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Item No. 100108150

Euclid Mirror

C$ 1,870.00
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Item No. 100108150

Euclid Mirror

C$ 1,870.00
1 Color
Walnut
Estimated Arrival: Available to ship in: 10 weeks
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  • Pays homage to arched doorways that featured prominently in Shaker architecture.
  • Can be affixed to a wall if desired.
  • Made in Canada.
  • 80" H 24" W 3" D
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  • Threshold Delivery, In-Home Delivery

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Designed by Peter Coolican for Coolican & Co.
Euclid Mirror
C$ 1,870.00
Simply stated — Use the Euclid Mirror alone or in a group. Either way, its moment-making presence completes a room.
Details

Details

Shaker-style mirror

The stately Euclid Mirror (2017) pays homage to the arched doorways that featured prominently in Shaker architecture. It’s fitted with a steam-bent arch connected via brass-pinned lap joints up top and dovetail joints at the bottom. Can be affixed to a wall if desired. Made in Canada.
  • Pays homage to arched doorways that featured prominently in Shaker architecture.
  • Can be affixed to a wall if desired.
  • Made in Canada.
Brand Coolican & Co.
General Dimensions
  • 80" H 24" W 3" D
Product Weight 43 lbs
Box Dimensions
  • 86" H 6" W 30" D
Assembly Comes fully assembled
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.

Euclid Mirror

  • Height (in): 80
  • Width (in): 24
  • Depth (in): 3
  • Weight (lbs): 43
  • Solid black walnut frame
  • Plywood back with maple veneer
  • Glass mirror
  • Solid brass joinery

Peter Coolican

Peter Coolican studied urban systems and economics at McGill University in Montreal, but he ended up on a different path. “Through my urban systems study,” he says, “I got to take lots of architecture classes, and they caught my attention. I was also working summers building homes, and I started reading more about woodworkers. And I began to connect the dots.”

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