Vaguely reminiscent of the Russian Motherland, this mirror is inviting and soothing, like the idea of a mother, nourishing the decor landscape with its practicality and simplicity. The period and place-specific design influence is interesting and offers some insight into the rich history of Russian culture.
“Rodina’ is the word that roughly means Motherland and beginning in the 19th century, Russia started to make consolidation and bring its fighting fronts to a single unified cause; which extended through the great Wars which came in the 20th century and necessitated the return to the Motherland concept where the Russian leadership wanted to remind the soldiers of the nourishing and supportive nature of the homeland. The Tsar mirror tells the same tale of tumult and loyalty.
Dimensions: 53.25 x 3.25 x 53.25 in inches. Imported. Handling Fee is $75.