The Charm of Our Vintage Mirrors

Unveiling the Unique Features

The Charm of Our Vintage Mirrors

India Mirror

In a world of mass-produced replicas and fleeting trends, there's something enchanting about pieces that carry history and authenticity.

Our mirrors are constructed from old door frames and architectural elements.

We travel across India, especially Rajasthan, to handpick each frame. We work with woodworkers & artisans to determine how to breathe new life into a frame make the best statement piece for your home.

We are passionate about offering mirrors that not only look beautiful but also have a rich history behind them. Each mirror tells a unique story, shaped by skilled artisans and cultural heritage.

Design Elements in Our Mirrors

One glance at our collection, and you'll embark on a journey across cultures. Each design is a testament to the rich tapestry of traditions, with motifs and patterns that symbolise the ethos of different cultures. Whether it's the intricate designs of North India or the subtle elegance of the South, our mirrors encapsulate the diversity of India's heritage.

The Difference Between Our Mirrors and Other Retailers

When it comes to choosing a mirror, not all are created equal. We pride ourselves on offering exceptional quality and craftsmanship that sets our mirrors apart from those of other retailers. Here’s a closer look at the key differences:


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  • Using old frames that have aged through time and us.
  • Crafted exclusively from solid teak wood, from old haveli door frames.
  • Teak wood is highly durable and resistant to pests and rot, ensuring long-lasting beauty and functionality.
  • Feature original, hand-carved designs that highlight the artistry and cultural heritage of India.
  • Use sustainable and ethically sourced materials that prioritise environmental conservation and support local artisans.


  • Other retailers often opt for cheaper woods like mango and jackfruit, which are fast-growing but less durable
  • Mango wood, while affordable, is softer and prone to scratches and dents. Jackfruit wood is also commonly used due to its availability and lower price.
  • The reason you cannot find old furniture made from these woods is because woods like mango and jackfruit lack durability for long-lasting furniture and decor.
  • Both Woods are preferred because of their soft texture making it easy to carve designs
  • Synthetic materials are frequently employed, lacking the warmth and authenticity of real wood.
  • Machine-made designs lack the unique charm and detail of handcrafted work.


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  • Inspired by our love for unique, high-quality, and environmentally sustainable home furnishings, our Nomad India collection curates treasures sourced from Rajasthan, India.
  • Skilled woodworkers meticulously remodel, reshape, and restore the door frames to unique mirrors.
  • Originating from Rajasthan, each vintage mirror boasts intricate carvings, hand-painted accents, showcasing local artistry and craftsmanship.
  • The aged patina adds authenticity, infusing your decor with vintage charm and sophistication.


  • Often opt for mass-produced items lacking unique character and environmental consideration.
  • Use machine-made designs lacking the warmth and authenticity of handcrafted work.
  • Source materials with little regard for environmental impact or fair labour practices.


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An average-sized mirror measuring 2 meters by 1 meter typically ranges in price from $2,000 to $3,000.

  • Our mirrors reflect the true value of craftsmanship, quality materials, and historical significance.
  • Sustainable sourcing practices are central to our production process, and this commitment to ethical materials may come at a higher cost. However, it ensures the longevity and environmental responsibility of our mirrors.
  • We believe in offering long-term value. Our mirrors are not just decorative items but timeless pieces that enhance any space with their unique character and durability, making them a worthy investment.


An average-sized mirror measuring 2 meters by 1 meter typically ranges in price from $500 to $1,000.

  • Typically lower priced due to mass production and use of cheaper materials.
  • Lacks the unique, one-of-a-kind appeal that adds value to your home decor.

India Mirror

By choosing Originals, you’re not just purchasing a mirror; you’re investing in a piece of history, artistry, and quality that will enhance your home for years to come. Experience the difference that true craftsmanship and heritage make in every piece we offer.

Shop Our One of a Kind Vintage Mirror Collection

Step into a world of timeless elegance with our one-of-a-kind vintage mirror collection. Our collection showcases a diverse array of designs, each reflecting the rich cultural heritage of different regions in India. Embrace the beauty of authenticity and bring home a piece of history that stands out in any space. Shop our one-of-a-kind pieces before they are gone, and own a treasure that truly shines.

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