Round We Go: Raindrops Mirror



This Design2Share online collectible find is a mid-century Raindrops Mirror by Curtis Jere.


  • Made in the 1970s
  • Rectangular frame made of steel, brass, and bronze discs
  • Random placement of discs for "bubbling effect"
  • Made by American artist Curtis Jere
  • 31 inches tall x 5.75 inches deep x 20.5 inches wide


The seventies style is currently red hot, and this seems like a safe bet to fit in with similar decor pieces. You may not have the cash for a Paul Evans piece, but this mirror gives a generous nod to the heavy metal furniture master. The rich range of patinas and finishes on the metal pieces add interest and depth to the mirror, and it's difficult to find an interesting mirror for most any room. We'd put this in a powder room, above the sink and flanked by some simple candle sconces.

Visit 1st Dibs for more information on the Raindrops Mirror by Curtis Jere.

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