Industrial Foundry Pattern Mirror

November 16th, 2012 in blog, member junk     
JunkArchitect Jim Healy, editor
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Industrial rawness.
One of the most interesting aspects of old foundry patterns…the identification numbers.
This piece came from a manufacturing plant in Norwalk, Connecticut.
Layers of contrasting textures and colors add a focal point within the room.
I find it fascinating that old foundry patterns were handmade with such precision. 
Industrial rawness.

Industrial rawness.

Photo: Jim Healy (copyright 2012)

This stunning antique foundry pattern, with the addition of a mirror, adds an industrial touch to a collection of vintage frames.

Pattern or design used: My Own Design - Jim Healy - Junk Architect (copyright 2012)
posted in: blog, member junk, vintage, wood, glass, industrial, frame, mirror, jim healy, junk architect, foundry pattern

Comments (10)

rzrback writes: What a beautiful piece! Nicely done! Posted: 7:15 pm on November 25th
gadgetsponge writes: Beautiful wood tone and the size is impressive. And the mirror helps pull you right into the piece and the assemblage. Great job as always Jim! Posted: 7:15 am on November 18th
just_old_stuff writes: Such a magnificent foundry mold. You did it again, Jim.

B Posted: 4:07 am on November 17th
LloydsLandingofSears writes: Jim, You come up with some of the most unique pieces to work with! I love the mirror - who wouldn't? I love the chunkiness of it, and the patina. It's golden! ~Mary~ Posted: 6:27 pm on November 15th
TinTinJunkFan writes: Wow what a great idea. I could find a dozen places in my home for this! Posted: 7:28 am on November 13th
NDJunkGirl writes: Very cool! I want it! :)

-Andrea Posted: 6:52 am on November 13th
Heavenly_Treasures writes: JIM,
WOW, love that mirror. You have a tremendous imagination and talent Have a great day. ROBERT, Posted: 10:27 am on November 12th
georgiamoon writes: Hey Jimmy! This is fabulous. I love the patina on this piece, it looks so warm and rich. It fits perfectly into the ambiance of your home, as does everything else that you create, find or repurpose. Once again a fantastic find that fits your style and your ability to bring different elements together to make a cohesive design. This is so YOU!


Posted: 8:28 am on November 12th
AtticusFinch writes: Fabulous! Love the display composition...

Posted: 6:34 am on November 12th
Junkpony writes: That is a great find, I love the whole composition.

Posted: 6:08 am on November 12th
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