Newport Harvest Wreath Mirror


The Newport Harvest Wreath is an exact reproduction of one of the clerestory window surrounds used in the grand dining room of The Breakers, the most opulent of the Newport Mansions. The Breakers Mansion was designed by the noted architect Richard Morris Hunt for Cornelius Vanderbilt "The Commodore" in about 1895. The Paris Studios of Jules Allard carved the window surrounds in the Florentine style popularized by the Della Robbia Family during the Italian Renaissance of the 15th century. The frame is deeply carved with fruits, nuts, and vegetables tied with ribbons and acanthus leaves. 

Product Details
Similar frames were used on paintings by such masters as Michelangelo, da Vinci, and Botticelli. A licensed reproduction from The Preservation Society of Newport County, Rhode Island. Measures 42.5" in diameter. Custom made upon order.
Estimated Ship Date
Custom made upon order in the USA by skilled artisans. Handcrafted in 10-12 weeks.
Shipping & Returns
Custom made for you. Not eligible for return or exchange. Please view our return policy for more information. Ships ground service.
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