Retail Price.      £400 per square metre.  inc Vat.  

     Made by our associated mirror company The Antiqued Mirror Co.
Our antiqued mirror glass is individually handmade using traditional 19th century Victorian techniques, in the glass workshops just outside of Bath in Somerset. It is not made from distrssing new mirror glass or by machine spraying of chemicals, but by laying down a layer of pure silver onto the back of the clear glass, and as such all our mirrors appear warmer, less uniform in their distressing and therefore more authentic. We  cut your glass to size before we silver it, rather than cutting it from stock sheets of pre-mirrored glass, so each piece is lovingly aged around all of the edges as it would be if it was truly antique. 

As Antiqued Mirror control every stage of the silvering process they offer a range of finishes and are happy to try and match a sample or image you like. 

Our installations below give your an overall impression of how some of our finishes look in situ, but they are not exhaustive of what Antiqued Mirror can offer.  All of the images show 4mm clean cut glass, but other glass options are available; from bevelled to toughened. Our standard glass can be supplied on sheets up to 2400 x 1605mm, but larger options are available if required at additional cost. 

 The fixing of mirrored glass tiles could not be easier using the wall adhesive that we can supply with your order together with simple instructions for use.

Example 1    Our glass made up into an ' Antiqued Panel ' Mirror

 Height 56" x 48" [Any height/width made to order]

Price. £780.00 Per sq. metre inc Vat
Example 2

An apartment in London using subtle vintage distressing around the edges of the glass which is cladding the whole chimney breast. 

Example 3

Antiqued glass cut into tiles and used as a backsplash behind a cooker.
 We can supply standard only sized tiles [10 x 20 cms] at £ 4.00 each. Other sizes will be bespoke made.

Example 4

Another example of our glass used in alcoves in a drawing room, giving a feeling of depth and space.
Image courtsey of

Example 5

Lightly antiqued mirror glass  set into a wall mirror with star buttons. [see 'Bristol Mirror' in our taditional mirror section.]

Example 6

Feature wall with square panels and with a smoked distressed finish, giving more light and a sense of space to any room.
 Image courtesy of Kentlands House.

Example 7

Smoked antiqued mirror splashback in a contemporary kitchen setting. 

Example 8

Rohampton House overmantel with heavy distressing and darker tones. 

Example 9

Lightly distressed antiqued mirror cladding the whole chimney breast thus throwing the fireplace forward and adding lots of light to the room.

Example 10

A large wall mirror made with lightly aged antiqued mirror glass in a large panel mirror format.
Ideal for placing in a hallway to open up the room and give more light.

Example 11

Framed single sheets of antiqued mirror glass, see frame finishes for different options.

Example 12

Mirror glass with bright brilliant cut stars and antiqued glazing bars. [ See 'Star and Garter' mirror in our contemporary section ']

Our antiqued mirror glass can be made to any size in a number of different finishes. If you require any further information, a sample or a clear prompt quotation please contact us at: 01225 461969

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